A man cannot live with his mind and heart in one place and his body in another. He is torn apart. He must decide and be happy with his decision, bringing himself into a state of being at one with The All, and with himself, which is a state of contentment.
When a man dwells on the past, he robs himself of the present; but if he ignores the past, he may well learn nothing, and so rob the future. Therefore, a balance must be created between that which is, that which was, and that which will be. To be considered in the light of good reason and according to the value of lessons learned, lessons ignored, and lessons still to be learned.