“Look to the future,
because that is where you’ll spend
the rest of your life”.
Today is yesterday’s tomorrow.
Today. Right now.
Do you see the two paths that emerge in the woods? One that is well worn and doubles back to your past, and the other one, that rough and uncertain, because it’s untrodden and leads to the future.
The past is comfortable. It fits and suits us well. It’s dependable. Well worn. Repeatable. And this is precisely why, you need to leave it behind.
Get a shovel. Dig its grave. Say a prayer and walk away.
Don’t look back in anger.
Look forward in hope.
Look to the future.
Live in the present.
Spend today, working for tomorrow.
A better tomorrow. A genuine tomorrow.
An unmeasurable tomorrow. A tomorrow full of possibilities.
Don’t waste another moment crippled by fear. Let go of your stories and invent new ones.
It’s all invented anyway.
Spend more time more time dreaming, a little more time doing, and a lot less time recollecting.
Take the road less traveled.
It will make all the difference.