It made me think. Is there something in my past that I’m holding on to? Or, has my past shaped me into who I am today? I would say, a little of both. There are things in my past that I didn’t want to let go of, because those memories have brought me joy when I was down, after reading the article, I think it’s time I let go and create new memories.
There are also things in my past that were not so wonderful, but those things have shaped me into who I am today, an educator. a mentor, a health coach, mother and wife.
The gist of the article was, our past changes when our perception changes. Our perception can determine how we view different situations or how we deal with others. This is not necessarily a bad thing, it’s just how we operate as humans. Think about an incident that happened in your past. Now, think about how you handled that situation.
What is your perception of your past?
Is it holding you back or pushing you forward?.
Reflecting back on your past, what would your present-self say to your past-self?
Whether your living in the past, or have fast forward to the future, your perception has meaning to your present state. You can choose to look at each situation for what it is, or what it could be.
As always, live life with no regrets. It’s time to release yourself from your past. Find solace and create greatness in your future. You only have one life, live it to the fullest.