Living In The Past Quotes by Abraham Maslow, Tony Evans, John Banville, Marvin Davis, Barack Obama, Richard Roeper and many others.
The ability to be in the present moment is a major component of mental wellness.
Insisting on living in your past will kill your future. Let it go.
We think we’re living in the present, but we’re really living in the past.
Perfecting the past blurs your focus of the future.
Faith doesn’t mean that you don’t have doubts.
Living in the past is a Jethro Tull album, not a smart poker strategy.
Being in Christ, it is safe to forget the past; it is possible to be sure of the future; it is possible to be diligent in the present.
Don’t judge a person by their past. They don’t necessarily live there anymore.
Ignore reality, there’s nothing you can do about it.
I realise there’s something incredibly honest about trees in winter, how they’re experts at letting things go.
Look not mournfully into the past. It comes not back again.
Life is short. You can’t afford to put off what God has put in your heart. You don’t have time to live with things holding you back.
Faith, courage, optimism, looking forward, bring us new life and more life. Futility, frustration, living in the past are not only characteristic of ‘old age’; they contribute to it.
Living the past is a dull and lonely business; looking back strains the neck muscles, causing you to bump into people not going your way.
I don’t believe in living in the past. Living in the past is for cowards. If you live in the past, you die in the past.
History is a state of yearning. I yearn for Kay Lake throughout this entire thing. There’s an essay I’ve written where I talked about living in the past. There’s a whole motif in the book of then and now. And I lived there.
I’m not living in the past, I don’t want to go back – I don’t want to “Make America Great Again.” No, no, no.