Hello, Dear Reader!
Who are we, really, and what it is that makes us who we are?Â Are we the products of our past, the progenitors of our future, or are we simply who we are, in this moment?Â If we desire to change something in our lives, do we need to free ourselves from our memories, or do we simply make the changes we would wish, in this moment?Â Eleanor Roosevelt said:
“It is today we must create the world of the future.”
With that in mind, we thought we’d tackle these ideas in this week’s He Says, She Says post, “Then and Now”.
“There is nothing for you to go back and live over, or fix, or feel regret about now. Every part of your life has unfolded just right. And so — now — knowing all that you know from where you now stand, now what do you want? The answers are now coming forth to you. Go forth in joy, and get on with it.” ~ Abraham-Hicks
Have a great week!
Follow these links to read what He Says/She Says: Marcia’s View / Mike’s View.
P.S.Â As often happens, our friend Samantha recently published a blog post on a similar subject (with her own unique perspective), entitled, “Lighten Up“.