Some people say no matter where you are now, it will never change the fact about where you’re from.
That’s correct. But the place you’re from, or some point in personal development – may cease to exist.
In such case, mentioning it becomes no longer meaningful.
If you evolve, that means you change. If you change, that means something about you becomes no longer relevant.
The thing is, we are often told to be carrying with us everything we’ve ever picked up since the day we were born.
At any given moment, you may be asked what you did in, say, 1998 – or something about things you liked at the time. Then, you try to remember all that… only to forget about what you’re going to do today.
But it’s only when you realize how often such thing happens, it becomes clear how maintaining your personal history gradually eats up your vision of both your present and future self.