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The Past Defines You Quotes By Palle Oswald: The bad news is, our past defines us. The bad news is, our past defines us. However, the good news is, our future will someday be a part of that past. — Palle Oswald
The Past Defines You Quotes By Lailah Gifty Akita: The present defines the future. The future builds The present defines the future. The future builds on the foundation of the past. — Lailah Gifty Akita
The Past Defines You Quotes By Damon Galgut: Past a certain point, maybe, a person's character Past a certain point, maybe, a person's character defines itself and stays fixed in your mind. — Damon Galgut
The Past Defines You Quotes By Sarah Centrella: Embrace your past. It's your greatest teacher. When Embrace your past. It's your greatest teacher. When you learn and apply those lessons than it no longer defines your future. — Sarah Centrella
The Past Defines You Quotes By Davis Bunn: For the Arab, the past does not merely For the Arab, the past does not merely live. The past defines the present. — Davis Bunn
The Past Defines You Quotes By Arlene J. Chai: The past defines us as much as the The past defines us as much as the present. By never knowing my past, I was never sure of who I was. Because mine was missing, I never felt whole. — Arlene J. Chai
The Past Defines You Quotes By Leonard Jacobson: When you are caught in the mind, your When you are caught in the mind, your past defines you. When you are present, you are beyond definition. — Leonard Jacobson
The Past Defines You Quotes By Robert L J Borg: It is our past that defines who we It is our past that defines who we are and gives us the courage to progress into the future without fear — Robert L J Borg
The Past Defines You Quotes By Cheryl Richardson: Forgiveness releases you from a past that no Forgiveness releases you from a past that no longer defines you. Allow yourself to move on. — Cheryl Richardson