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There has been part of our lives that we have regrets in the past. From the things we did­n’t do, from the words we did­n’t say. And every time we think of the past, we remem­ber the things that did­n’t work out, the things that have messed up and the fail­ures that haunt­ed us for a long time.

When I was young, I used to watch Dorae­mon in the tele­vi­sion because Dorae­mon always has a way to solve one’s prob­lem, he can trav­el between times to cor­rect the mis­takes of oth­er char­ac­ters in the past or to see a glimpse what is going to hap­pen in their future. And until now, from the movies we love to watch on the big screens, the idea of the pos­si­bil­i­ty of going to the past or the future by time trav­el fas­ci­nates most of us. But with­out the time trav­el, is chang­ing the past pos­si­ble?

Some­times when we remem­ber the past, it is some­thing real, it is some­thing that makes us feel bad about our­selves. It makes us feel inse­cure about our­selves and so we are think­ing if we could ever change it. But there’s some­thing we need to under­stand about it, that the past is not real­ly real because first, we can­not touch it, sec­ond we can’t even go to the past.

But how do we able to change it if it’s not some­thing phys­i­cal or mate­r­i­al we can form in any way?. The answer is that when we change the present we can actu­al­ly change the past.

By chang­ing the way we think about the past and when we start doing things dif­fer­ent­ly when we start­ed to think to make our lives dif­fer­ent — that way we can real­ly change the past.

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I blog about my dis­cov­er­ies and learn­ings with per­son­al devel­op­ment, blog­ging, writ­ing, pub­lic speak­ing, and pub­lish­ing. I am a Jesus fol­low­er. Each month, I send out a newslet­ter with free tips on those top­ics.

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