A few weeks ago I flew down to Atlanta for a two-day workshop.
The plane starts at one of the runway and then gains speed quickly.
As the plane accelerates it reaches the V1 speed.
The V1 speed is the point of on return for the airplane.
Once the plane reaches its V1 speed the only safe option for the plane is to become airborne.
If the pilot choses to abort takeoff after the plane has achieved its V1 speed the plane most likely would crash.
Each day we approach a point of no return.
Once the sun sets, the day is done.
Leave the past in the past.
Too often I ruminate over what could have been or what I should have done better.
I have to remind myself that I did the best I could have done in the given circumstances.
Now there is nothing I can do about the past.
All I can do is view the past and use it to shape my future.
I have to let go of yesterday and face the future.
If I’m constantly looking backwards, my vision is impaired.
The only way to move past the point of no return is to focus on the future and let those sleeping dogs lie.