To heal a wound, you need to stop touching it. – Anonymous
In order to heal a wound, you will need to stop touching it. This is a metaphor to depict that if you truly want to heal a wound, you will need to stop reminding yourself about it all the time.
It is essential to make sure that you cannot touch a wounded part of your body all the time and expect it to get healed.
If you truly want to forget about the hurt part of your body, you need to get rid of its memories. You will have to forget it by some or the other way.
You might get wounds, and that’s nothing unusual. While walking through the path of life, you might get wounds but stop reminding yourself about that same wound again and again, as that will eventually raise your fear, and you will stop trying to make a new attempt of walking along that path.
Yes, that’s how human psychology is programmed like! If you want to heal a wound, you will have to stop yourself from seeing it all the time. You will have to make yourself understand that you can never walk ahead if you keep yourself burdened with the sorrows of your past all the time.
Hence, at times, you will have to shed off old baggage and focus on your present so that you can improve yourself over the time. Also, when you work on your present, you can expect your future to become brighter.
As a result, you will have to think of having a better present and an optimistic sight that you can have your upcoming days to shine brighter!
Leave your past where it actually belongs to, and only then you can think of having a future shining brighter than it ever was!