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Subject: However visiting the past (note: not dwelling in it) can be redemptive allowing us to better understand ourselves so that we can move on more positively to the future.

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Date Posted: 04:41:35 04/02/08 Wed
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In reply to: John 's message, "The art of moving on is something humans must master to have a substantive co-existence...Dwelling on the pasts shatters your prospects for the future." on 04:39:25 04/02/08 Wed

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The past teaches us lessons and we cannot do anything about it. Its done. I always believe , nothing happens exactly the same twice. (NT)nothing happens (exactly the same twice)04:43:29 04/02/08 Wed

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