edays” and “remember whens…”

Of course, this can be taken TOO far. You live for now, using what you know from the past and what you hope for in the future. I mean, if you see a cliff up ahead, you don’t jump off the cliff, thinking, “I wonder what’s down there?” when you already know. But remembering “now” and looking around can help shake off a bad case of the “somedays” and “remember whens…”

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