Keep going, never give up

Letters

SOME come from well-to-do families.
In other words, some were born with silver spoons in their mouths while some of us had to do whatever it took to come out to the top.
Most, if not all, have painful pasts.
Some came from broken homes, some had single parents, some were abused, and others went through relationship breakups and divorce.
We all have some painful points in our lives.
How can you change your past? It is by focusing on your future.
No matter how long you dwell on the past, you can’t change it.
Your past is gone.
The future is still unknown and only you can make it known.
I know how it feels to get a zero in class or get a report card and see D grades all over it.
At those moments, it was a most painful thing ever to experience.
Now when I look back, I laugh at my failures because my past doesn’t define me.
I have travelled to quite a lot of countries of my dream and many more to travel.
I have written my book and working on my other books.
The point is yes, your past may be hurtful, but that doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world.
As the saying goes, just because one chapter of your life was not okay doesn’t mean the whole book is bad.
You can make your future better than the past.
You can do this.
Never ever give up.
No matter how bad the past was, the future is in your hands.
You can make a difference.
Time is the greatest healer.
You can actually make a difference if you continue to push on despite struggles and pain.
Keep on keeping on.
You may not go back to the past and make a brand new beginning but you can start now and make a brand new ending.
In life, the only way forward is through.

Glen Burua
Motivational Speaker

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