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   Beginning anew is often difficult because we tend to bring the past forward with us. In revisiting the past, we may seek to prove to ourselves that it was not as bad as it really was, or we may seek to forecast the future. Much of the time, however, dredging up the past is a futile effort. A new beginning needs to be just that—something that is new (novel, original, fresh, innovative) and that is a beginning (start, launch, creation, commencement). In this definition of a new beginning, there is no room for the past.


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