HAPPY NEW YEAR 2022!!
Hi Everyone! Happy New Year 2022!
I just wanna wish you all here just so we all remember that we managed to go through the pandemic years and we are still going through it again in fact with another variant. Anyway, see you all and I hope everyone is in a good shape at the end of 2022.
Have fun and remember to enjoy the moments!
Why focus on the present and what the future can bring to us instead of the past? And what motivates me to write this? Well, just last week during a lunch and tea meetup with my two close friends, one of them asked us this question Would you like to go back to the past to change anything? The answer for myself is Nope, definitely not. My answer was not influenced by the many 'timeline' related movies I had watched, it is more than that. On the other hand, one of my friends replied, Why not? Maybe there is something that can be changed in the past which is better for you?
I did not reply to her immediately because I did not want to sound condescending, or like as if I have all what I had been wanted in my life now. Usually whenever I had something in mind, I will make sure that whatever I am thinking or pursuing is in the right path so that is why I will do research on topics related to the issue.
These are some of my main reasons I would not like to go back to my past. This decision I had made is supported by the books and articles I had read and from videos of motivational speakers in relation to similar subject.
I am looking forward to embrace these moments that I have been working on and the new experiences which are ready for me.
And the answer is still No, I will not want to go back to my past and change anything that there could be/might be/possibly be etc something better for me. And yes, if I ever I go back there again, a stubborn human like me, I will repeat the same mistakes that I might not learn from it anyway. So....
See you all in 2022 instead of the 2000!!
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