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How Your Past Doesn’t Define Your Future

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Society tends to focus on our past deeds. In many ways, our past can either enhance or limit our present opportunities.

It can be said, though, that our own overemphasis on our past can influence our happiness even more strongly than how others see us. For example, we might allow past failures to lead us to believe that we are destined to fail at everything.

For this reason, Buddhism consistently places importance on our intent and actions in the present, which shape our future.

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