If you want to be happy, do not dwell in the past, do not worry about the future, focus on living fully in the present.

Roy T. Bennett
If you want to be happy, do not dwell in...
If you want to be happy, do not dwell in...
If you want to be happy, do not dwell in...
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When you dwell in the past and worry about the future, you can become a victim of your own unrealized potential for happiness. You’ll waste a precious opportunity to make peace with your past and you’ll miss out on the joys of the present.

Source: The Light In The Heart

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