“Many of us spend most of our time thinking of the past, brooding on the bad experiences, dwelling on past laurels, or planning, looking forward to and worrying about the future. That was bad, I wish it didn’t happen. I shouldn’t have done that. That was good, wish I could have it again. Wow it was wonderful, let me live through it in my mind again and again. Something good is coming, can’t wait. Once it comes, life would be better. Oh dear something bad is approaching, what should I do, how should I handle it. Things are fine now, will something go wrong soon? The list goes on.
In doing all that, we are making the big mistake of losing what is the most important of them all – the present.

What’s past is over. We can’t change it. Enjoy the sweet memories. Let the bad experiences be a valuable lesson to us. Learn from them.

Plan for the future. But don’t dwell too much on it. Life is unpredictable, and we have no idea what is going to happen next. When it comes, it comes – the future will take care of itself.

What really matters is the present, because we are living it RIGHT NOW. Make the fullest use of it. As some people say, the past is history, the future is a mystery. And now? Well, it’s a gift, that’s why it’s called the present.”

The Fourth Wall
A term used in theater to describe the imaginary boundary between any fictional work and its audience.

Why wmthefourth?

wm = william

and william IV = william the fourth

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2 Responses to “About”
  1. Eric Lee says:

    Adding this to my daily reads…

  2. Kathy Eddy says:

    I can’t keep up with you!!!!!!!!!!! Come to my Christmas Party on the 23rd… 🙂 Love You

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