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Do real people ABANDON regret? …. or do ‘R’s real matter?

It is September 11 2011, ten years after the tragic event all Americans can’t help but remember. Oh the victims and the Heroes of that day….. real people.

What a blessed nation we are with all of our flaws, yes we have a few, because we are real people. “Real people” can disagree and that helps us to be stronger. Real people may have differing values but most are looking for ways to complement those around us.

Lets take time today to reflect, remember and abandon regret. We are real people who glance back at our past difficulties ,but we move forward, not forgetting our past but building on it and becoming better people because of the things we have gone through. Learning from our past to see how we will keep from making those mistakes again.

As real people we reflect to know what is important to us. To see how we affect others. To dream how we can change. To dig into the inner strength that needs to come to the surface.

As real people we remember to become comrades. Recognize from where we have come. What has built us. The love

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we have shared. To reconnect with others, to reconnect with our past to, reconnect with what is important to us.

As real people we abandon regret, not because we don’t have regrets but because we don’t want to get stuck in the

mud. We yank we pull our boot we leave our boots to move on. We remember the point of regrets, is to move forward away from those regrets to be a better people. We don’t want to stay in a stink-en mud bath of regret. Lets clean up, shake it off do what ever it take. show the world we are better than our past mistakes. Show them we have the strength the fortitude to move on.

We the real people of today, reflect remember and abandon regret. We are strong, resilient, and full of purpose for a new day. We endeavor to be the most we can. Remember to keep… the move on. Reflect to know where to go. abandon regret to make a difference.

 

My absolute best to you,

Stephen Peters

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