Breaking Out of Prison

Our past is our prison. The sea of forgetfulness is a blessing, throw your sins in there and move on. Ask a great inventor about the day they created their greatest invention, and they might say, well I believe I took a nap and woke to it in my head. They do not remember because to see things that are not there for most requires a forgetful mind. To remember what was, limits what can be. Forget yesterday, if you wish not repeat it. Tomorrow’s greatest advancement lies in not limiting our minds with the burdens of today. To get something you want, one should forget they do not have it. Forgetting the past, is the key to a future full of new and exciting things. Nothing that remains the same shines for long, as life is ever changing. We are not the same person we were when we awoke this morning and we will not be the same tomorrow. Stop fearing change and become the primer for it, long for it, embrace it, and the free spirit that animates your soul will sing a heavenly song in your heart.

Published by The Journey

Average person seeking more meaning in life. I was raised in a faith that unknowingly taught, seek your religion in all things, but as I grew up and started to better understand the relationship I have with the creator of this universe and the source of all conscienceless, I decided to seek the creator in all things. Not a man or a woman, not a right or a wrong, but the thing that hold all subatomic particles together, the energy that connects everything. This is the story of some of my revelations along the journey we call life.

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