If I Knew Then What I Know Now
It is difficult to admit to ourselves and others when we have made a mistake. Yet, it is equally as difficult to find anyone who has never made one. But, problems arise when many of us repeat the same mistakes over and over again. Are you recycling the same mistakes? If you would like to avoid the chronic mistakes from your day-to-day experience or your family members and ancestors, then it is time to learn from those who have gone through what you are going through, and perhaps avoid them altogether. It may be time to learn practical lessons from those who have the battle scars, those who have overcome, and those who have learned from their share of mistakes. It is true that we cannot change the past, but we can look back long enough to learn from those who have "been there and done that." Sometimes, we learn from the people right in front of us. If we take the time, we can often learn lessons from the simplest of people, situations, and experiences.