In many ways, the past is meant to be celebrated. This is what the past teaches us: how we've grown, what we've learned, the people that have shaped us, and the person we've become. This is important. If you bury the past, you can't learn from your mistakes, you can't acknowledge your emotions, you can't grow. It's very important not to bury the past but to learn from your past mistakes.
It's important to think about the future. It allows us to visualize goals for ourselves and helps us connect with what we do every day and what we are working toward. Our future can be our "why" - why we are doing what we are doing. Sophie Ndaba who is a popular actress and businesswoman has recently shared a picture of herself looking dazzling after while of not sharing anything on social media.
On her remarkable post as she looked dazzling, she wrote a caption which stated: "Dear Past thank you for the lessons. Dear Future I'm ready. Dear God, Thank you for the new season". Her post caught a lot of people's attention as her message on her post was a powerful one. Many were also happy to see her after such a long time of not hearing from her.
Sophie Ndaba is such an incredible inspiration and her journey of life has made a lot of people realize that life can be hard sometimes, but all that one can do, is to stay strong pick up the pieces and move on with life. What do you think of Sophie Ndaba's latest post as she thanks God for a new season? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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