You can't change your past, or your "foundations". <br />
But you can change how you react to them or the way that you build upon the past. <br />
Many of the things about ourselves that we assume we can't change, we can. Much of what we are is about habit, though some habits are so deeply ingrained as patterns that they can be difficult to alter or redirect. <br />
I believe that, most of the time, it can be done.

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Some spots can be changed some can not but have to want and work to change them and many just don't have it in them to care enough to change.

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No matter where you go....there you are!

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Oh, I forgot about that one; that's a good one..thx.

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This adage goes a bit deeper than some people give it credit for. ‘Leopard’ means a hunter, chaser, beast a wild animal or whatever we can put to the word ‘Leopard’. So it becomes more defined if we consider it for what it’s meant to be. Can a person who is considered ‘wild’ become tame?<br />
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Yes, we can all change. But do bear in mind that as much as we can change for the better we can also change for the worse, but there is no adage for this because it refers to a person who is bad and will always be bad. What’s to say that a good person can turn into something very ugly because of what life throws at him/her? What’s to say that a good, caring and loving person cannot change for the worse because of what life throws his/her way?<br />
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We *all* have the ability to change for the better in just the same way we can *all* put our past behind us and we can *all* forgive and forget. The issue here is that It can be difficult to do. This particular adage is a rather pessimistic adage which seems to suggest none of us are in control of either our lives *or* our minds; I’d beg to differ on that.<br />
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~F~

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It depends if the person wants to change they will

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