In life we tend to live in the past and limit our future. We say what we used to be, instead of saying what we are or going to be. We talk about "what we used to "have" instead of "having what we say we had"
A HADAMAN: is a person who's always living in the past, never being able to keep anything, always saying I had a car, I had money, I had a girlfriend, I had a house, I had boat, or I used to be this, I used to be that...but never amounts to nothings and cant keep anything. Don’t be a “had a man” be a “have a man"
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Jon is a published writer/screenwriter, director, editor and photographer. John has written for G.O.A.T. magazine (http://issuu.com/goatmagazine/docs/april2009) as well as small local magazines and online platforms. Jon currently places his focus on being an accomplished screenwriter and book author. As a Published Author, Jons first first book is titled “Memoirs of an Island boy” available on Barnes & Noble Link: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/memoirs-of-an-island-boy-mr-john-sankitts-jr/1120822866?ean=9781500673529