What's right in front of you

The past is like using your rear-view mirror in the car,
it's good to glance back and see how far you've come,
but if you stare too long
you'll miss what's right in front of you.
~sms4smile

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  1. Ajay Agnihotri

    October 5, 2014

    Beautiful posting Jendhamuni..good morning and have a pleasant day.

  2. jonathan borunda

    October 5, 2014

    Sos you good I admire everything you say some people got it easy some people don't I know I whent crazy for a min you don't wanna know

  3. J. Verma

    October 5, 2014

    yes…very well…

  4. Dave Davies

    October 7, 2014

    So beautiful , make my mind go's crazy…

  5. Carlos Bation

    October 9, 2014

    TRUE jenh..thanks for the beautiful flowers..Ingat


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