Sometimes it takes decades before we realize that a prior decision was wrong. But, with more thought, it may not have been wrong, maybe just not a good one. One theory is that we choose to follow a path that we desire. We may not have wanted it any other way. So in the end, those decisions may not have been wrong at all. Life is complicated.
Don't take a wrong decision as God destined that to happen. God takes the bad things in our lives and uses them for good. Sometimes it takes awhile to see that good and sometimes we never figure out what it is.
Yes, I was dating a women that was taking care of 4 emotional damage grand kids. During that time, I got in serious car accident. She took me to care for me and fell in love. We married less than 6 months later. Her oldest daughter moved in as well to help with the kids. I found that my wife is 95% a grandma than a wife. If I knew how dead this marriage would be, I would have never committed. I am getting real close to move out a live separately. I do not desire a divorce, but I just keep living in this "Mad House." I think that qualify as a gravity issue.
A million of them, and I make it a point to forget each one. Otherwise, I'll obsess. Sometimes I think I made a mistake and I didn't. So the best thing is not to think at all about making a mistake, at least in my case. Because otherwise I will end up regretting more mistakes than what I really made. The biggest mistake is to habitually obsess. So whether I made that mistake or not, I just forget about it.
Ya, it is obvious that we take wrong decisions. I love to take decisions whether wrong or right. I think before I act to the extent of my knowledge and learn a lesson examining after effects. This equip me to take better decisions in future.
Don't worry my friend, the world was made on wrong decisions and mistakes. We are not perfect or can wr for tell the future. Just seek forgiveness, hold some meditation, if possible try to make up for it and move on
Hi paradigmsearch- I agree with u following Louise L hay's advice. She is worth following. However, personally, I think I should look back on wrong decisions, at least long enough to analyse the why and wherefore that happened. Only that way, I can avoid repeating my mistake. Once I have learned the lesson, then it it time to wave it goodbye forever, as you imply here. What do you think of my method?
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