Can You Change Yesterday?
Can you change yesterday? The answer is a resounding “NO.”
Can you change today? The answer is a resounding “YES.”
Can you change tomorrow? The answer is a resounding “YES.”
Your focus should be on today and tomorrow. Whatever you plant today, you will reap tomorrow. If you plant the seed of prosperity, hard-work, you will reap the fruit of prosperity. BUT if you plant the seed of procrastination, you will reap the fruit of poverty. Focus on what is next, not what is gone. What is gone is gone, period! Researchers and scholars told us that, What you sow is what you will reap. I love quoting James Allen! Here is how he wrote it: “Every thought-seed sown or allowed to fall into the mind, and to take root there, produces its own, blossoming sooner or later into act, and bearing its own fruitage of opportunity and circumstances.”
“Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose.”— Lyndon B Johnson
Tomorrow is what you have the power to change,BY YOUR ACTIONS. Prepare for tomorrow. Don’t waste your time thinking about the mistakes of yesterday. It is gone. If you spend your time thinking about the mistakes of yesterday, you will miss the opportunities to move forward in your life. If you want to grow, learn from yesterday, and focus on tomorrow.
“If you want to grow, learn from yesterday, and focus on tomorrow.”
You cannot change yesterday, but you can learn from it. Focus on tomorrow, it is the only thing you have the power to change. Yes, you have the power to change tomorrow. HOW?
You can change tomorrow by how you think today.
You can change tomorrow by the actions you take today.
You can change tomorrow by the books you read today.
You can change tomorrow by the types of friends you associate yourself with today.
You can change tomorrow by the way you treat people.
“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.”— John F. Kennedy
“Human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives.”— William James
“There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them.”— Dennis Waitley