“You can’t turn back the clock. But you can wind it up again!” Anon
How many people have to wind their clocks up these days? It can give a sense of time just going on and on for ever, or at least until the battery runs out. I remember it being a habit that we had to do each day, like I now plug my phone into the power each night. With that simple act of winding a watch or clock or plugging the device into the power on a regular basis, we are looking forward, to make sure the watch doesn’t stop or phone continues to serve us next day.
Our past can always be useful to educate us as to what hasn’t worked, or gain education around anything we can name. But those experiences don’t have to label us or define us. We can choose to decide who we want to be from this minute right now. We can decide what we want to do with our lives in any given moment. What we decide to do now will affect us in the future until we decide again that we want to make further changes. Isn’t that exciting to think how we can influence our future purely by deciding to wind the clock up!
Enjoy starting each day as brand new baby day!