Sidewalk Bends

Exploring the soul and it's reaches.

The Regret is Not Li(o)ving

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Moving backwards, in time or in life is not as bad as it seems. Like reliving life but in reverse, we can see our missteps. And though it may seem as though some are moving faster or progressing at a state different to our own, those ideas become unimportant and seemingly meaningless. At any moment we can move forward again. To “repeat,” that is the question.

Forward at any time, clarity remains but an illusion. It cannot be undone for it has happened, and it has happened again. Understand what cannot be changed. Understand that it need not change. Like dancing water droplets, life happens and it happens again. Seemingly random, and yet beautiful at the same time, the regret is not living.

Standing in line, or avoiding the consequences, it is all the same. The bright corner lights can tell you the same.


Written by Sidewalk Bends

February 6, 2012 at 10:38 pm

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