So What, Now What?

We get so stuck in the Past. It could have been so much better. What was or wasn’t said or done. We wish we could go back and change things. We want ourPresent to be MoreBetterLessor Different in relation to the Past.
The silliest part of it all is that we know that nothing can be changed once it is. So, what if we decided to stop going around Changingthings? Change is virtually always in reference to the Past. Knowing that we can do nothing about what is, what would have us giving it so much attention?
The problems we encounter likely reside in us making facts about who we are because of what we did or didn’t do. We end up confirming our identity with the Past. That’s about behavior, not Being. If we want to truly get Present, we must depart all that once was and arrive at whatever we have Now, which is usually just ourselves.
If our Past requires cleaning up, we can do so in the Present and be done with it once and for all, allowing us to proceed. Problems get perpetuated by dwelling on something we have little or no control over. Should we determine that we are good people with good intentions, what we do in the Present, and most importantly, who we areNow, is what makes all the difference.
If our Past requires cleaning up, we can do so in the Present and be done with it once and for all, allowing us to proceed. Problems get perpetuated by dwelling on something we have little or no control over. Should we determine that we are good people with good intentions, what we do in the Present, and most importantly, who we areNow, is what makes all the difference.
The path to second chances is of our own making. Creation occurs only in the Present. When used responsibly, the four magic words to get Present and authentically let go of the Past are: So What, Now What?
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