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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Russ Harris: Often when we connect with our values, we realise that we've been neglecting them for Often when we connect with our values, we realise that we've been neglecting them for a long time and this can be very painful. But remember, this is not an excuse to beat yourself up! ('What a hypocrite I am! I say I value doing all these different things, yet I'm not doing any of them! I'm pathetic!') All of us lose touch with our values from time to time. Dwelling on those times is pointless because there's nothing we can do to change the past. What's important is to connect with our values here and now and to use them to guide and motivate our current actions. So if your mind does start beating up on you, simply thank it. — Russ Harris
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Jake Bible: Keep dwelling in the past and you won't see the present. Keep dwelling in the past and you won't see the present. — Jake Bible
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Russ Harris: Donna learned quickly that there's no point in beating yourself up when you screw up Donna learned quickly that there's no point in beating yourself up when you screw up or fail to follow through. Guilt trips and self-criticism don't motivate you to make meaningful changes; they just keep you stuck, dwelling on the past. So after each relapse, Donna came back to the basic ACT formula: A = Accept your thoughts and feelings and be present. C = Connect with your values. T = Take effective action. — Russ Harris
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Harold S. Kushner: Forgiveness is not a matter of exonerating people who have hurt you. They may not Forgiveness is not a matter of exonerating people who have hurt you. They may not deserve exoneration. Forgiveness means cleansing your soul of the bitterness of 'what might have been,' 'what should have been,' and 'what didn't have to happen.' Someone has defined forgiveness as 'giving up all hope of having had a better past.' What's past is past and there is little to be gained by dwelling on it. There are perhaps no sadder people then the men and women who have a grievance against the world because of something that happened years ago and have let that memory sour their view of life ever since. — Harold S. Kushner
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Katharine Graham: The more subtle inheritance of my strange childhood was the feeling, which we all shared The more subtle inheritance of my strange childhood was the feeling, which we all shared to some extent, of believing we were never quite going about things correctly. Had I said the right thing? Had I worn the right clothes? Was I attractive? These questions were unsettling and self-absorbing, even overwhelming at times, and remained so throughout much of my adult life, until, at last, I grew impatient with dwelling on the past. — Katharine Graham
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Julie Kagawa: I know." The Master vampire sighed. "But, if we are talking about choice and regret, I know." The Master vampire sighed. "But, if we are talking about choice and regret, what has happened cannot be undone. And dwelling on the past changes nothing. You will only drive yourself to insanity if you do." He sighed again, sounding like he carried the weight of the world on his shoulders. "Trust me on that. — Julie Kagawa
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Francine Rivers: Dwelling on the past only defeated her chances for changing the future. Dwelling on the past only defeated her chances for changing the future. — Francine Rivers
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Maggie Brendan: Temperament, he'd only wound up dwelling on Catharine's past. Temperament, he'd only wound up dwelling on Catharine's past. — Maggie Brendan
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Marianne Williamson: We do not heal the past by dwelling there; we heal the past by living We do not heal the past by dwelling there; we heal the past by living fully in the present. — Marianne Williamson
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Thich Nhat Hanh: But a lot of our thinking is caught up in dwelling on the past, trying But a lot of our thinking is caught up in dwelling on the past, trying to control the future, generating misperceptions, and worrying about what others are thinking. — Thich Nhat Hanh
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Rob Liano: Yesterday is the history chapter in the book of life, isn't it time you turned Yesterday is the history chapter in the book of life, isn't it time you turned the page? — Rob Liano
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Dag Hammarskjold: In a dream I walked with God through the deep places of creation; past walls In a dream I walked with God through the deep places of creation; past walls that receded and gates that opened through hall after hall of silence, darkness and refreshment
the dwelling place of souls acquainted with light and warmth
until, around me, was an infinity into which we all flowed together and lived anew, like the rings made by raindrops falling upon wide expanses of calm dark waters. — Dag Hammarskjold
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Kieran Scott: No use dwelling on the past. What you do tomorrow and the next day and No use dwelling on the past. What you do tomorrow and the next day and the day after that is what matters. — Kieran Scott
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Erman Misirlisoy: A more realistic perception of our relation to others, in particular our similarities to them, A more realistic perception of our relation to others, in particular our similarities to them, injects a little humility into our self-serving biases. Admitting that we are disposable and irrelevant in the grander scheme of things may not be for everyone, but I find nothing more empowering. It should drown out your anxieties rather than inhibit your passions. Accepting your imperfections and limitations allows you to stop dwelling on past mistakes, and pushes you to enjoy making the most of every moment moving forward. — Erman Misirlisoy
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Jennifer Aniston: I'm not sitting somewhere dwelling on the past. I'm not fretting or obsessing about something I'm not sitting somewhere dwelling on the past. I'm not fretting or obsessing about something in the future. — Jennifer Aniston
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Jaye L. Knight: Perhaps no answer would ever be forthcoming, but if he had learned one thing in Perhaps no answer would ever be forthcoming, but if he had learned one thing in the last couple of weeks, it was that they must move on. Dwelling in the past would accomplish nothing. — Jaye L. Knight
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Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Julie Kagawa: If we are talking about choice and regret, what has happened cannot be undone. And If we are talking about choice and regret, what has happened cannot be undone. And dwelling on the past changes nothing. You will only drive yourself to insanity if you do. — Julie Kagawa
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Abdullah, Son Of Masud: Be content with what you have Be satisfied with your dwelling place to accommodate your Be content with what you have Be satisfied with your dwelling place to accommodate your enterprise, Restrain your tongue, And shed tears of regret regarding past sins you committed knowingly, and those you do not recognize. — Abdullah, Son Of Masud
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Chris Hardwick: It's very easy to attack ourselves. Even comforting in its familiarity, but you must resist It's very easy to attack ourselves. Even comforting in its familiarity, but you must resist this urge at all costs. Dwelling on the past or your perceived flaws will do nothing but keep you under emotional house arrest and hamper your progress. Commit yourself to growth and reward yourself with kindness for choosing to do so! — Chris Hardwick
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Abraham Verghese: There wasn't any point in dwelling in the pain of the past, not when the There wasn't any point in dwelling in the pain of the past, not when the future could hold suck pleasure. — Abraham Verghese
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Holly Chamberlin: People make mistakes. Get over it. You thought he was Mr Right but you were People make mistakes. Get over it. You thought he was Mr Right but you were wrong. He thought you were his angel but he was wrong. Dwelling on the past will get you nowhere. — Holly Chamberlin
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Jeffrey R. Holland: If something is buried in the past, leave it buried ... Such dwelling on past If something is buried in the past, leave it buried ... Such dwelling on past lives, including past mistakes, is just not right! It is not the gospel of Jesus Christ ... In cases of marriage and family, ... we can end up destroying so many others. — Jeffrey R. Holland
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Shannon Tanner: Dwelling on the past causes us to forfeit the power of the moment. Dwelling on the past causes us to forfeit the power of the moment. — Shannon Tanner
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Mark Williams: Start living right here, in each present moment. When we stop dwelling on the past Start living right here, in each present moment. When we stop dwelling on the past or worrying about the future, we're open to rich sources of information we've been missing out on - information that can keep us out of the downward spiral and poised for a richer life. — Mark Williams
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Harriet Martineau: The habit of dwelling on the past, has a narrowing as well as a debilitating The habit of dwelling on the past, has a narrowing as well as a debilitating influence. Behind us, there is a small, - an almost insignificant measure of time; before us, there is an eternity. It is the natural tendency of the mind to magnify the one, and to diminish the other ... — Harriet Martineau
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Gaston Bachelard: Therefore, the places in which we have experienced day dreaming reconstitute themselves in a new Therefore, the places in which we have experienced day dreaming reconstitute themselves in a new daydream, and it is because our memories of former dwelling-places are relived as day-dreams these dwelling-places of the past remain in us for all the time. — Gaston Bachelard
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Nel E. Sherk: Dwelling on your past won't get you anywhere you haven't already been. Dwelling on your past won't get you anywhere you haven't already been. — Nel E. Sherk
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Gina Lake: Nothing can change the past, including thought. However, dwelling on thoughts about the past does Nothing can change the past, including thought. However, dwelling on thoughts about the past does change our experience of the Now. When we drag the past into the present, everything else that belongs to the Now is marginalized and overlooked. All we see is the past or, more accurately, our story about it. All we can ever have of the past is our story about it, and that story is very unsatisfying. Our stories about the past don't feed our soul like the Now does. And worse, any story is usually a sad tale that keeps us caught up in negative feelings, and then those feelings become our current experience of life. — Gina Lake
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Thich Nhat Hanh: Tea is an act complete in its simplicity.When I drink tea, there is only me Tea is an act complete in its simplicity.
When I drink tea, there is only me and the tea.
The rest of the world dissolves.
There are no worries about the future.
No dwelling on past mistakes.
Tea is simple: loose-leaf tea, hot pure water, a cup.
I inhale the scent, tiny delicate pieces of the tea floating above the cup.
I drink the tea, the essence of the leaves becoming a part of me.
I am informed by the tea, changed.
This is the act of life, in one pure moment, and in this act the truth of the world suddenly becomes revealed: all the complexity, pain, drama of life is a pretense, invented in our minds for no good purpose.
There is only the tea, and me, converging. — Thich Nhat Hanh
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By J.A. Redmerski: Just that dwelling and planning is bullshit, you dwell on the past, you can't move Just that dwelling and planning is bullshit, you dwell on the past, you can't move forward. Spend too much time planning for the future and you just push yourself backwards, or you stay stagnant in the same place all your life. Live in the moment, where everything is just right, take your time and limit your bad memories and you'll get wherever it is you're going a lot faster and with less bumps in the road along the way. — J.A. Redmerski
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Raymond E. Feist: Suddenly feeling overwhelmed, Talon said, 'It doesn't matter. They are all dead.' He felt moisture Suddenly feeling overwhelmed, Talon said, 'It doesn't matter. They are all dead.' He felt moisture gathering in his eyes and blinked. 'It's been a while since I've felt that.'

Caleb nodded. 'It never goes away, completely. But you'll discover other things in life. — Raymond E. Feist
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By John Wooden: Dwelling in the past prevents doing something in the present. Dwelling in the past prevents doing something in the present. — John Wooden
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Willa Cather: From the ancient dwelling there came always a dignified, unobtrusive sadness; now stronger, now fainter, From the ancient dwelling there came always a dignified, unobtrusive sadness; now stronger, now fainter, - like the aromatic smell which the dwarf cedars gave out in the sun, - but always present, a part of the air one breathed. At night, when Thea dreamed about the canyon, - or in the early morning when she hurried toward it, anticipating it, - her conception of it was of yellow rocks baking in sunlight, the swallows, the cedar smell, and that peculiar sadness - a voice out of the past, not very loud, that went on saying a few simple things to the solitude eternally. — Willa Cather
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Andrew Mayne: Dwelling on the sins of the past won't help us stop the evils of the Dwelling on the sins of the past won't help us stop the evils of the present. — Andrew Mayne
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Michelle Cruz-Rosado: Time that is spent dwelling on the past will surely continue in your present moment Time that is spent dwelling on the past will surely continue in your present moment - and the future. — Michelle Cruz-Rosado
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Nicole Green: One thing I learned in here is the past is for learning. It's not for One thing I learned in here is the past is for learning. It's not for punishing others or yourself. It's not for dwelling on and getting angry about things you can't change. It's for learning how to do better in the rest of your life. And being grateful you get another chance to try and do better. — Nicole Green
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Jennifer Aniston: I'm not sitting dwelling about the past or stressing or fretting about something in the I'm not sitting dwelling about the past or stressing or fretting about something in the future. — Jennifer Aniston
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: Attempt to raise the sunken sensations of this distant past; your self will become the Attempt to raise the sunken sensations of this distant past; your self will become the stronger for it, your loneliness will open up and become a twilit dwelling in which the noise other people make is only heard far off. And if from this turn inwards, from this submersion in your own world, there come verses, then it will not occur to you to ask anyone whether they are good verses. Nor will you attempt to interest magazines in these bits of work: for in them you will see your beloved natural possessions, a piece, and a voice, of your life. — Rainer Maria Rilke
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Frederick Lenz: All the past has done is generated the you that you are now. Dwelling on All the past has done is generated the you that you are now. Dwelling on the past isn't going to change anything. — Frederick Lenz
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: For when an old man relives his life, he lives it only by dwelling upon For when an old man relives his life, he lives it only by dwelling upon his memories; and when wisdom in an old man has outgrown the immediate impressions of life, the past viewed from the quiet of memory is something different from the present in all its bustle. The — Soren Kierkegaard
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Deepak Chopra: Meditation refreshes our mind and helps us let go of old patterns. We spend less Meditation refreshes our mind and helps us let go of old patterns. We spend less time dwelling on the past or worrying about the future; instead, we are focused on the present. — Deepak Chopra
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Julie Reilly: the chambers and passages of the cave system. A track led past both entrances, and the chambers and passages of the cave system. A track led past both entrances, and round up onto the hill-top, up which sloping trail Yana now wearily pulled herself. Some huts were private dwelling places while others were the domain of certain crafts. Community meetings were held either outside in a large space deliberately left clear in the centre of the huts, or during cold or inclement weather, in the larger of the two entrance chambers of the cave system. Yana moved aside the leather windbreak sheltering the entrance to the hut which was her family's home and walked down the four stone-flagged steps to the floor of the sunken hut. A strong herbal odour hung in the air. Ignoring it, Yana dropped her kill by the fire, and made her way to the occupied sleeping platform at — Julie Reilly
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Emily Giffin: Things are what they are and there's no point dwelling in the past or wondering Things are what they are and there's no point dwelling in the past or wondering what could have been. — Emily Giffin
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Thich Nhat Hanh: The practice of concentration is like acquiring a lampshade to help us concentrate our mind The practice of concentration is like acquiring a lampshade to help us concentrate our mind on something. While doing sitting or walking meditation, cutting the future, cutting the past, dwelling in the present time, we develop our own power of concentration. With that power of concentration, we can look deeply into the problem. This is insight meditation.
First we are aware of the problem, focusing all our attention on the problem, and then we look deeply into it in order to understand its real nature [ ... ]. — Thich Nhat Hanh
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Karina Halle: There's no use dwelling on the things you could have changed. Believe me. Too much There's no use dwelling on the things you could have changed. Believe me. Too much reflection on all the could-haves and should-haves will only hold you in your past. — Karina Halle
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Raymond E. Feist: ...knew the futility of agonizing over why things had transpired as they had. What could ...knew the futility of agonizing over why things had transpired as they had. What could have happened, did. — Raymond E. Feist
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By James E. Faust: Sometimes we carry unhappy feelings about past hurts too long. We spend too much energy Sometimes we carry unhappy feelings about past hurts too long. We spend too much energy dwelling on things that have passed and cannot be changed. We struggle to close the door and let go of the hurt. If, after time, we can forgive whatever may have caused the hurt, we will tap 'into a life-giving source of comfort' through the Atonement, and the 'sweet peace' of forgiveness will be ours ("My Journey to Forgiving," Ensign, Feb. 1997. 43). Some injuries are so hurtful and deep that healing comes only with help from a higher power and hope for perfect justice and restitution in the next life ... You can tap into that higher power and receive precious comfort and sweet peace. — James E. Faust
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By J.A. Redmerski: ... dwelling and planning is bullshit," he says. "You dwell on the past, you can't ... dwelling and planning is bullshit," he says. "You dwell on the past, you can't move forward. Spend too much time planning for the future and you just push yourself backwards, or you say stagnant in the same place all your life." His eyes lock on mine. "Live in the moment. — J.A. Redmerski
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Agatha Christie: You took thoughts, choosing them out of your store, and then, not dwelling on them, You took thoughts, choosing them out of your store, and then, not dwelling on them, you let them slip through the fingers of your mind, never clutching at them, never dwelling on them, no concentration ... just letting them drift gently past. — Agatha Christie
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Rebecca Donovan: Nothing else mattered today. I lived within the minutes I was in - not dwelling Nothing else mattered today. I lived within the minutes I was in - not dwelling on the past, or fearing the future. I just let the day present itself as it would, and it couldn't have been better. — Rebecca Donovan
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Priscilla Cummings: My dad says stop thinking that way. "You be lookin' backward all the time, Brady, My dad says stop thinking that way. "You be lookin' backward all the time, Brady, you're gonna have one heck of a crook in the neck." He smiles when he says that. But I know what he means deep down, and it's not funny. You can't keep dwelling on the past when you can't undo it. You can't make it happen any different than it did. — Priscilla Cummings
Not Dwelling On The Past Sayings By Therese Of Lisieux: We who run in the way of Love must never torment ourselves about anything. If We who run in the way of Love must never torment ourselves about anything. If I did not suffer minute by minute, it would be impossible for me to be patient; but I see only the present moment, I forget the past, and take good care not to anticipate the future. If we grow disheartened, if sometimes we despair, it is because we have been dwelling on the past or the future. — Therese Of Lisieux