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Best Answer Cristina says
Thanks so much, Stina Caxe, for the really awesome answer!
Rosemary Sadler says
Thanks Rosemary! Really great answer here. Me too, I would not want to relive those years for anything nowadays, and plus have to go through all the pain of the new mistakes.
Maggie Bennett says
Hi Maggie, I believe you are the first one to say you would want to go back. You are right, we shouldn't be afraid to make new mistakes, as we will with the rest of this life too. Thanks for the different perspective!
Hi phillippeengel, thanks for the interesting answer!
Adam Jamieson says
Hi JaymoChronicles, thanks for answering. Yes, we are who we are today by going through all the trials of our lifetime and learning and growing from all of the mistakes. Great answer.
Jim Miller says
LOL JimTxMiller, You said it!
Wow, Sparklea, thanks for sharing!!! What an awesome testiony, and I would not want to go back either. I owe it all to Him, as well, my lovely sister in Christ! God bless.
Sparklea--That answer really sparkled and said a whole lot in a relatively short space about the importance of having God in your life. Great work.
Faith, this was a very interesting question..
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Mike Monaghan says
Hi Moesky, yes, it is much more fun going forward. I know, I wouldn't want to give my up children or grandchildren for nothing!
Hi Acharya, you're the first. Yes, those times back then were a lot different and I think the nowadays young people missed out.
Hi Wetnose, thanks for the great answer. I wouldn't want to go back to this time being young either. What we went through is how we became the person we are today. Don't change my friend! Hugs.
Pierre Eustache C. says
Hi Stachart, great answer! Yes, hopefully we all learned from our past, and I wouldn't want to make new and different mistakes all over again.
Larry Wall says
Exactly!!! Me too! Thanks for the great answer.