virgin islands scene

There is no such thing as inaccuracy in a photograph. All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth.
-- Richard Avedon
 

 

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

What’s done

What’s done is done. The time and energy you spend complaining about it will get you nothing but a lot of frustration and negativity.

What’s happened has happened. Instead of looking back, fretting and arguing about why or how or who is at fault, look forward and consider all the positive possibilities that are available to you.

If you’ve been wronged, don’t seek revenge. Seek success, seek achievement, seek fulfillment, seek to take what has happened and turn it into a positive force in your life.

Spend your time and energy not in looking back, but in looking ahead. For that is where you can make a difference.

Learn from what has happened, allow it to inspire and motivate you in a positive way, and then choose to move forward. See the value in the way things are at this moment, and see how you can make full use of that value.

Let go of your attachment to what has already happened. And make room in your life to create the very best that can be.

— Ralph Marston

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