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Shared Past

"The more shared past

there is in a relationship,

the more present you

need to be, otherwise, you

will be forced to relive the

past again and again."

~Eckhart Tolle


Reflect on this quote for a minute; what does it mean to you? We all could interpret

this in a variety of ways. For myself, it's a reminder to live in the present vs. the past.

There is nothing I can do to change my past. I can learn and grow from it.

Remember the joy and even the heartache. It's all about growth and living your best life.


What are you willing to do to protect your peace, live your best life and, be the best so you

can share your light with the world?




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ngeter
ngeter
19 de mai. de 2022

When asking questions about someone's past or being asked about your past, the question that needs to be asked is, "Why are you asking?" There is NO fine line to being nosey. If the question is being asked to better learn as to what makes you YOU then okay. To me, if you're asking about my past relationships, especially if it's about how many and was I intimate with any/all of them - then no!

The past is owned by you! And, to reveal any part of it is your prerogative. I treat it on a need-to-know basis. PERIOD!


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