Be done with the past, save where it serves to inspire you to greater and nobler effort. Be done with regrets over vanished opportunities, seeming failures, and bitter disappointments, except in so far as they warn and safeguard you against their repetition. Be done with the “might have been,” and think of the “shall be.”
In all development, physical or mental, there are progressive stages, and what seemed to be failures, obstacles, and disappointments, were probably disguised opportunities for your ultimate good and advantage. Let your motto be to look ever ahead, expectant of great things yet to come.
Trust God that no good is ever lost or withheld. Direct your best impulses and inspirations to worthy work, with the assurance that all will be well with you.