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When you spend some quality time in a  national park or forest you always end  up  thinking, 'I should do this more often'.  Make time for nature because it's always  good for you. 




7. The Past

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Dealing with the Past (Skeletons, Tragedy, Unkindness and Heartbreak):


We can’t put the past behind us until we gain a future worth having. It’s a question of perspective.


It is common for an artist to try and immediately replicate a previous aesthetic success that has critiqued well. It is common place for everyone on any topic to copy their model of success hoping for another reward. But a copied variation will never yield the same honest full ripe fruit as before. It is a transparent mistake to echo what was good, apart from nice memories made better by the distance in time.




People live their lives through past events for a dozen or so reasons:


1. To recreate what was good.


2. Fear of moving forward to new lands.


3. Scolded by tragedy or bullying, we can become frozen and trapped in that unhappy zeitgeist.


4. Greed took us to high status plains we know we can’t create again.


5. A person can’t face getting older.


6. Being heartbroken and/or lonely.


7. An unwillingness to accept bad contemporary social changes.


8. Have had a breakdown and lack the energy to evolve and grow.


9. Unemployed and unable or unwilling to get a job.


10. Excessive melancholia, sentimentality and too thoughtful, sensitive or maudlin to change.


11. Addiction holding you back.


12. Stuck indoors all day for whatever reason: agoraphobia, stay-at-home-mum or dad, etc.




Ex moments, memories, jobs, people, family and friends are usually EX for a good reason. We should only live in the past a little bit, just enough to prevent mistakes from repeating and fond memories to surface. To prevent nostalgia dragging us back, we must constantly build our personalities and maintain a healthy social arena.





Authored by Andrew Voller     



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