It's true, the sum of our past makes us who we are today. But just like a rear view mirror, our past reflects where we've been and what we've gone through, without holding any merit on where we're headed.
Steve talks on how "you cannot allow your past to stop you from having your future." So many of us get caught up in the "whys," the "what ifs," and the "how comes," that we forget to realize that the things that have happened "in [our] past have helped create who [we] are today." Now if you don't like who you are, then change. However, no benefit will come with dwelling on what is no longer right now.
We all have a story to tell. Stop trippin' on what was and cherish what is. See, "if God has brought you through it, why don't you move on from it?"
Take a listen to this installment of Daily Inspiration as Unc breaks the importance of not "allowing your past to interfere with your future."
Your past is behind you and you don't live there anymore.