Past and Present action are Crucial to Your Future – Be Careful Karma Follows You
Knowing more about who you are will give you the insight for your future goals. Where are you going? Combine the past, present and future into the image of what you want to become. Your brain was made wonderfully to allow you to grow into who you want to become. Our personal life is also interrelated with past. We can call our past as our memory it can be good or bad. It depends upon us with whom we want go either with bad one or by good one.
We can take experience from bad memory furthermore good memories give us courage to live. It’s all about experiences. The more you know about history, the more you will be ready to build your future. This isn’t about location…It’s about focus and achievement in your life. Pretty big stuff, but not so big you can’t get your hands around it and get down to the basics so you can achieve your life’s goals.
The past allows the people of the present and the future to learn without having to endure. We can see how others coped, we can see that others survived hard times. The past gives us courage and it protects us. Not only can we see the sacrifices that have been made for us by those in the past but we can use that to protect ourselves now and in the future. It is a gift that our ancestors bestowed upon us, a great gift.
Your future is the jar full of dreams, possibility and glory. It is the stuff that drives anyone to achieve anything. Success is born out of a lot of practice, study, and focused effort over many years. These all program our minds to recognize those moments of serendipity and discovery for us. All this means having a central point of principle which drives us to measure all our actions in light of our central desires. It often means taking risk for our actions.
The future is where we all hope to end up, even if by then it is the present. The future is a place of both hope and despair. We hope for a better future, a place where we are respected and the things we believe are also respected. But of course we also live with the fear that none of these things will come to pass. To be human is to be curious, questioning, and inquisitive.
We know that our ancient ancestors stared at the night sky with wonder, that they experienced fear as the sun disappeared during solar eclipses and joy at its return, that they witnessed the cycles of births and deaths, seasons and years, and that for all of these events they sought explanation and meaning. The search for and discovery of explanations and meaning contributed to the development of culture — that shared body of acquired knowledge that humans live by and pass on to each successive generation. Politically, socially, economically, in foreign affairs and national security and of course personally.
The future is not just a place for future events to take place, but a place where we want those who come after us to also believe in their future — that those of us who lived in the past gave them a future worth having, a future that gives more benefits than negatives.
If you have read anything about goals, principled leadership or even goal setting from an achievement perspective you realize that every one of us allows something to get in the way. Its part of that negative, sceptical thought pattern engrained inside of us. There should be no fear of growth. We should be proud of surviving, overcoming, beating the odds, not living in fear of more to come, and especially proud of not dragging ourselves down, together with those around us, with emotions like fear and self-doubt that do nothing but keep us in the dark.
You just naturally create barriers. By studying the past we learn how and why people lived as they did throughout the world and the changes and causes of such changes that occurred within these cultures. We study the past to acquire a broader and richer understanding of our world today and our place in it.
Your past actions determine your present self and situation, and your present actions determine your future situation. So to a certain extent, they’re all relevant. A way to do that is to focus on your past and your present, and use it to inform your future. First we’ll look at your past – All that great, terrible, wonderful, unique experiences in your life that makes you who you are. One of the concepts which scare the modern human, is the idea of being unaware of what is going to happen next.
Taking it a step further(hypothetically), now that we thought and reflected on the past and got a better understanding of the present (hopefully that is) it is much easier to see the big picture and many of the underlying details of the previously foggy future. At least now we understand better were we stand in this world, how are others related to us and how do we relate to the overall progress of civilisation and where might it all probably lead next. Because we’re so used to following trends, science, research and predicting what will happen next, we become shocked when an anomaly presents itself.
And this is what prevents many people from living and functioning as a healthy human being today. If you look back in your life I’ll bet you remember those pivotal experiences in life that were surprises not looked for as well as those experiences you wanted to happen and then found not as rewarding as you anticipated.