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Past vs Present vs Future

Past vs Present vs Future

We can change anything, regardless of what happened in the past.

Instead of focusing on yesterday, we focus on today and how our actions now can create a bright future.

There is no guilt in Buddhism.

Thinking that our lives are defined by an event in our past is tragic.

Instead, we can decide that what we do today will create the future we want.

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