If you spend your entire life looking backwards at what happened to you or why this and that happened, you'll miss what's in front of you. You'll miss the fork in the path to improve yourself or situation. The world does not owe you anything. The world is full of opportunities for us to grab a hold of and hang on to. If you spend so much time focused on the past, which cannot be changed or modified, how will you have time to make choices to improve yourself? If you simply forgave the person who offended you yesterday, or called your doctor for an appointment, how about taking your medications each and every day? Choices you make each new day should be for the future, not scrolling back 14 pages in DS to have a jab at someone with whom you disagree with. You might consider a healthy diet along with some exercise rather than eating a bag of chips in front of the computer for 8 straight hours. Try saying something positive to the next person you meet in real life. Yea, anyway just random thoughts in my head. I've followed my own advice. You make your own choices.
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