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Our past is a strength, not a handicap

Dialogue on Facebook:


Me: You shouldn't live your past in the present. You have to live in the present with your past.


Question: What does it mean please and how do you get there?


Me: It means that you shouldn't spend your time lamenting your past failures. But on the contrary, you have to live the present time fully. As for the past, you must consider it as a strength and not as a handicap, always learning from your successes but also from your failures. Is it clear now?

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