"Turning a corner" doesn't mean you won't remember your past. What it can do is serve as a reminder that there may be more value in focusing on what's next, than what was.
From time to time things will come into view that tempt you to re-trace your steps, so that you can go back to what was familiar. But if you do...every step you'll take to go back will walk you past the progress you've made.
Are you really willing to look the reminder of how far you've come in the face...ignore it's value...only to make a run for the very thing that held you back before?
Temptations only remind you of the best of the past,
not the potential of your future.
Think of it this way...
Cravings are about giving into a sensuality full of empty promises.
Callings create a sensitivity to what is most important.
Giving in, going back, and caving to a craving feels good momentarily.
Pressing in, moving on, and pursuing your calling feels good eternally.
Which road sounds like it's worth the trip?
Turn the corner.
Enjoy the journey.
Leave a legacy.
From the desk of our founder, Brett W. Gould.