I’m on location shooting a film this week, so my posts will be short but (hopefully) sweet.
Thought for the Week
If we are wise (and if we are not, no advice will help us) we will learn not to live in the past, but to take lessons from it, and then doggedly return and apply those lessons in the present.
“Even a spineless anthropod sheds what’s no longer useful and leaves it behind them. Are you not greater than they?” ~Jason Versey
“Take care not to welcome today the terrors that will make yesterday’s demons look like angels.” ~Joyce Rachelle
“There’s no going back to erase the past… But if you look closer, you notice the ink never really dries on experiences. They can change their meaning the longer you look at them.” ~John Koenig
“Without experiencing pain from disconcerting periods of our lives, we would be a different person, perhaps a lesser person.” ~Kilroy J. Oldster
“Looking at the past to lament it is useless. Looking at the past to be proud of results is dangerous. Looking at the past to learn from it is wise.” ~Cardinal Văn Thuận
“The past is a place of reference, not a place of residence, a place of learning, not of living.” ~Roy T. Bennett