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Published on 8/26/2015
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The Past is the Past.

The key is the know how much of the past to hold on to. It is not possible to go forward while looking backwards unless you are a Sankofa bird. (Which by the way goes forward while looking backwards.)

Although it is important to extract from our past certain knowledge and experience, I will focus only on that knowledge or experience that keeps one from moving forward. (stuck!)


When one examines the thing that is hard to let go it usually centers around things that have caused hurt, embarrassment or disappointment. If this envolves another person, it could be ones unwillingness to forgive. If one feels they are entitled to compensation (even if only an apology) it becomes very easy to hold on to the hurt as one's revenge.


The tragedy here is that the unforgiving party suffers while the other party may not be aware of the offense.


So What Might One Do To Let Go Of The Past

1. Develop a new perspective over time concerning the area of the offense. Don't take it so seriously recognizing we all make mistakes given the opportunity and provocation

2. Develop and attitude of "thankfulness" recognizing that we are all indebted to someone for our existense and success.

3. Maintain a bank of good memories and draw upon them from time to time

4. As much as possible, forgive others. That will accrue great dividends that are priceless. Not only will the person forgiven be transformed for the better, but the one who forgives receives a greater benefit: Personal growth and a joy that elevates, inspires, and renders a sense of peace.


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