Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.

What you really need to know for a peaceful life!

The obstacles of your past can become the gateways that lead to new beginnings.  ~Ralph Blum

What you need to know about the past is that no matter what has happened, it has all worked together to bring you to this very moment.  And this is the moment you can choose to make everything new.  Right now.  ~Author Unknown

There are three kinds of people:

Those who live in the past- and keep on counting what life had brought for them years ago.

Those who live in the future- and keep on planning for the later years.

And

Those who live in the present- today. They are the best for they can not only control what will become their past but also handle what will come up in their future book!

8 responses

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  2. very well said.
    I agree. living in the present is absolutely important.
    but sometimes I tend to wish the present to be put on fastforward to go to the future. It’s unhealthy … the hardest part is not knowing how to stop that🙂

    October 8, 2012 at 3:15 pm

    • Haha;) That I wish too- sometimes! But I wish I had the rewind button too. I need that more than I need the fastforward:D
      It so hard to live in the present. To forget the past, and not dreaming about the future. I wonder how many actually LIVE in the PRESENT!
      Thanks for coming amira! I always love your comments:)

      October 8, 2012 at 3:29 pm

      • amira

        Rewind button would be nice to relive some of the sweet moments. But more importantly the rewind button will be good if we get to relive the sad disspointing moments from the past in a differnt way🙂

        October 8, 2012 at 11:13 pm

        • randomlyabstract

          Exactly! It would be so great to heal past faults, and “sad disappointing moments from the past in a different” and better way!😀

          October 11, 2012 at 10:17 pm

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