“As I write this sentence, I can look out of my window and see some dinosaur tracks in my garden – dinosaur tacks embedded in shale and stone. ( Don’t Try to Saw Sawdust )
I purchased those dinosaur tracks form the Peabody Museum of Yale University; and I have a letter from the curator of the Peabody Museum, saying that those tracks were made 180 million years ago.
Even an idiot wouldn’t dream of trying to go back 180 million years to change those tracks…
Yet that would not be any more foolish than worrying because we can’t go back and change what happened 180 seconds ago – and a lot of us are doing just that.
To be sure, we may do something to modify the effects of what happened 180 seconds ago…
But we can’t possibly change the event that occurred then.
There is only one way on God’s green footstool that the past can be constructive, and that is…”
In today’s #AskNoahStJohn video, I share don’t try to saw sawdust…
Noah’s Note: Don’t Try to Saw Sawdust
Today’s #AskNoahStJohn Show is compliments of How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie
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Noah St. John, Creator of Afformations®
Founder of Power Habits® Academy
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