“But I think my mistakes became the chemistry for my miracles. I think that my tests became my testimonies.”—T.D Jakes

One of the things you must never do if you want to get along in life is to hang on to your past. Never dwell on your mistakes—seek new ways to correct them, learn from them, and move on with the rest of your life.

When you learn from the errors or mistakes of the past, you are able to build bridges that others can walk on in order to reach their goals. Your children and those who look up to you as a mentor won’t have to make the same mistakes because they now see you as a book that provides them all the lessons and information they need in life.

Just like T.D Jakes, let your mistakes become the chemistry for your miracles, and allow your tests to become your testimonies.