“I can’t change the Past”

I can’t change the past, I can’t change what I did last month, I can’t change what I did last week, and I definitely can’t change anything that I did last year, the past is the past, and I can’t change the past. I find it so interesting that people are still upset about what happened in the past, because the past was yesterday, and no matter how hard I try to change what happened yesterday, by wrapping it in a different color wrapping paper and putting a prettier bow on it than was put on it the day before it is still the past.

I don’t want to live in the past, I want to take the lessons that I’ve learned from the past, and bring them to my future and make my present even more magnificent and illuminating, I can’t live in the past. What happened yesterday, what happened last week, what happened last month, what happened last year, what happened five years ago, I have no control over and I cannot change that time period? But what I can do and what I intend to do and what is my full birthright to do is that I am going to change my future.

By taking the lessons that I’ve learned from the past, by taking the lessons that I’ve learned from yesterday, taking the lessons and mistakes that I’ve made and realizing that my future will be so much brighter, because I will not make those mistakes again hopefully, and if I do then it is the past, I cannot change the past. And to be honest with you, I have learned so much from my past that I don’t want to change my past anyway. I’ve learned that sometimes I was a bull in the china store, and sometimes I was just full boar, full blown, and sometimes it was appropriate and at other times it may not have been.

But what I’ve learned and who I am now is so amazing, so illuminating, so revealing, so fantastic; and I love me for the me that I am today, because of the me that I had to grow through from yesterday. Yes, the past is the past and I will never change what happened in the past, but what I can do today is change my future, by changing my present, by changing my reactions to what happens to me today. Yes, I will never change the past, but I am going to have so much fun, I’m going to have such a ball with changing my future. I am going to be such an amazing magnificent expression that will be expressed out into the world by showing a future that is even more fantastic than my past could have ever been.

Yes, the future, the present, today is what I look forward to making an imprint upon, is what I look forward to making a change to, is what I look forward to making an expression with. Take it upon yourself today as you re-evaluate yourself, as you reveal your true self to yourself, and realize that yesterday, last week, last year, five years ago are gone and those periods of time will never be brought to the present again. But what will be brought to the present, is what you do today at this exact moment how you decide to reveal yourself, how you decide to express yourself, how you decide to impress yourself upon the World will show the World who you are today, and then maybe when you look back on your past from this day on, you will see your past in a different light.

You will see your past as the past that you wanted it to be, because you realized that your future, your present, and today, were what were worth your while. Enjoy your life, enjoy your presence, enjoy being present and being awakened to the new you today. For believe me when I tell you, life is not about worrying about what happened before, as much as it is reveling in what is happening right now. I implore you to be all you can be today, be everything you can be tomorrow, and be magnificently expressed into the World in the years to come, because we all look forward to your expression, we all look forward to you expressing to us the amazingly magnificent expression that you are, and for all these things, for all these things, we say in thanksgiving, thank you God, thank you God and thank you God, and so it is, Amen and amen

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