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Happy is the person who knows what to remember of the past, what to enjoy in the present, and what to plan for in the fu
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"Happy is the person who knows what to remember of the past, what to enjoy in the present, and what to plan for in the future"

- Arnold H. Glasow

About this Quote

This quote by Arnold H. Glasow stresses the value of locating a balance in between keeping in mind the past, enjoying today, and also planning for the future in order to attain happiness.

Remembering the past can provide a feeling of fond memories as well as aid us gain from our experiences, yet home on unfavorable experiences as well as regrets can prevent us from staying in the here and now and anticipating the future.

Enjoying the here and now is additionally important for happiness as it allows us to value the beauty as well as pleasure that surround us. Nevertheless, solely staying in the minute without factor to consider for the future can lead to temporary enjoyments and forget of lasting goals.

Lastly, preparing for the future is needed to achieve long-term success and gratification. Establishing goals as well as functioning towards them can offer a sense of purpose and also instructions. However, concentrating way too much on the future can cause stress and anxiety and stop us from taking pleasure in the present.

Generally, this quote reminds us to find an equilibrium between the past, existing, as well as future in order to live a pleased as well as meeting life.

About the Author

Arnold H. Glasow This quote is written / told by Arnold H. Glasow between January 6, 1905 and August 25, 1998. He was a famous Businessman from USA. The author also have 27 other quotes.

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