Post Written By Eugene Morgan
“The only way you may correct the bad things in your past is to add better things to your future.” — Shiloh Morrison
When we add better things to our future to correct the bad things in our past, we begin to see a trail of happiness. When the better things in our future become our present and then our past, we begin to see a life that’s worth living. Our attention is no longer on our unpleasant past events, but on adding better things in our lives. It’s all right to let go of the past to do good things today. Milton Erickson once said that we have good luck and bad luck and that we needn’t add to the bad luck. Erickson’s implication is to add or do good things to our lives and to share that experience with others.
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