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Some people claim that the living in the present can actually cause more harm than good They say that in order to lead a productive and profitable life one must study both thepast and the future the present is only a stepping stone I think that this is quite theopposite The past must be learned from the future must be looked at but the present iswhere things happen where a person can make things happenIn each persons time he has the chance to make a mark upon the world Eachperson can take his life into his own hands and decide what to do with it how to mold it These choices can often be hard to make Frequently ones opinions and choices arefrowned upon by the establishment and by the majority This must not let his faith andhope falter he must strive to accept what he can not change and change what he can notacceptThe world we know blazes past us every second Our closest friends may soonleave forever others may change our old homes may be torn down to build a parking lotyet time still marches on I feel very strong that with guidance from our past and hope forour future we must live each day to its fullest make each day more valuable than theprevious Life love and friendship are the most precious things on this earth it is veryimportant for each to find his true love and friends and live his life with them to its fullestpotentialThe past is just that the past There is nothing you can do about it except learnfrom it In the last year I have spent countless hours contemplating what I could havedone different to change the events that took place last October The death of Jen Elliottmy friend was the hardest thing I have ever experience in my short life I would havegiven anything and everything to go back and change those events and I still
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