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One step at a time a mother beckons to a child who is learning towalkfalls isnt worried rather or not they are going to master theskill We can relate the importance in keeping lives focused in thepresent tense That is the point Thomas Jefferson was making when hesaid Dont talk about what you have done or what you are going todoHe held this position in belief that life is not worth dewling inyersterday worries in what may happen tomorrow More focus should beveered toward whats happening now and what is being done today Thiscan be understood thourgh all generationssince their is a universalfeeling behind it All people can take his apporach on life and use itto benifit themselves It can be assumed by what was said that he didnot want people to forget where they are now instead of holding on towho they were and who they want to be Quickly there can lose of whatis here and now For example people may not agree with what he said They will make ita point to not forget where they have came from Their is a vaguedifference in holding on to the past as if it is today and moving onand not loosing who they have became over time He was not saying toabolish the past Just not to worry about it as much to where when youfinally relize the damage caused it is too late to do anything about itMany times that is what happens and we constantly try and change whathas been finished In reality if we move on then their can be a changenow When following what he said it is not nessacarily forgettingmistakes loosing memories ignoring history Just making surepriorites are placed in the present timeOthers say That work must be done in hopes of a better tomorrowWhen using this in everyday life it must be taken lightly When it isnot most
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