The famous physicist and an outstanding thinker Albert Einstein once said that one who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new. If we critically analyze what he said, we will find that mistakes actually shape us for a better tomorrow.
Mistakes frame us; they actually portray the best inside us and what we are actually capable of achieving. This is also the fundamental difference between a winner and a loser. The winner is just elusive, who tried one more time and made remarkable progress in rectifying where he went wrong.
This should be kept in mind that we never lose anything in a bigger shot of life; we only learn new lessons and move forward. Actually, our pasts define us; they help us in acknowledging what we actually are from inside. This is also a fundamental point of difference in making us stand out.
People should never regret their past, no matter how terrible or miserable it is. We should be happy to know that we made a mistake because we actually ruled out another factor of failure. Thus, it should be widely noted that we have actually inched a step closer to success or happiness.
No matter how slowly we move forward, but we should always try to give our best irrespective of the outcome or result. We should try to focus on our present by learning from our past. Our past is not in our hands anymore, but we can make our future better by working on our present.
Focusing on the present will also trigger only positive outcomes because we will be absolutely involved in the matter and thus give our best. This will also help you from unnecessary trouble, depression, or any sort of overthinking.
Overthinking about our past instead of learning from it actually ruins the situation. There is no possible positive outcome from a stressful mind which is dealing with its problem from the past instead of focusing and working on the present.
In this world, the only change is permanent; people should learn to assemble all their energy by quickly adapting to their present and make the best use of the experience we have learned from our past.