Every man in his lifetime needs to thank his faults,” Ralph Waldo Emerson. This quote explains that when someone does something wrong or makes a mistake they should be proud of it. In “Write it On Your Heart” when Emerson says, “ Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in,” he meant that everyone makes mistakes. Then he says, “ Forget them as soon as you can.” When a mistake is made, learn from it and forget it happened because, “tomorrow is a new day.”

“There is a tendency for things to right themselves,” Ralph Waldo Emerson. This quote means that anything that happens in life happens for a reason and helps your future. Emerson says, “Finish everyday and be done with it,” in “Write it On Your Heart” Take what happened in the past and use it to build your future. Everyday is a new day that builds off of the choices you make and the previous actions you took. “Tomorrow is a new day,” so forget about the wrong choices you made and start over the next day.