I would go fifty years in the future, learn the mistakes made by everyone I love and myself, and come back to warn them about not making the wrong choices.
I would like to go back to the past and correct some of my mistakes I made.
Back to 1972. I'd desperately try to tell myself to major in psychology and not business.
I'd go back in the past to a happy moment. Who knows if there is even a good future.
Back to six months before my daughter's wedding and redo it -- biggest screw-up of my life (incl men, money and everything else!)
I would go back to my childhood. It was easy going and wonderful.
I would go to ancient world, Greece is first on my list but Egypt would be nice, too. I would also like to go to see Atlantis and England of Druids and Merlin. From relatively closer past I would go to visit Michelangelo, Picasso and Marie Curie.
I would find myself leaping from life to life, striving to put right what once went wrong, and hoping each time that my next leap will be the leap home…
I would go back 30 years, invest everything I had in Microsoft and be a multi-millionaire today. And retire at the age of 43.
I would want to live my childhood again....I had some really nice moments which I didn`t fully understood at that moment.
I would go to the period known as the Age of Enlightenment (18th century). In my opinion, that is one of the most fascinating eras in history because of all the changes that were going on -- in science, self-governance, democracy, women's rights, etc. Fascinating era!
I'd start by travelling to next Wednesday night and getting the lotto numbers. Then I'd come back and spend a dollar on that.
As time and humor allowed, from thence forward I would take a trip to the week ahead, buy a copy of The Wall Street Journal come back and start really blowing up my wealth.
For fun I'd take trips into the far future and far past, and if anyone I loved ever got hurt or died, I would go back to the time where that could have prevented it and, if I had to, duct tape them to a tree until the time of that demise was past.
by Biman Ghosh 7 years ago
If you have a time machine would you go back and change anything in the past?Would you correct any mistake that you might have made? Would you go to the future and see what might happen to you?
by Elizabeth99 6 years ago
Do I really have to forgive the past to move forward?They always tell you to forget the past and live in the now, but I want to remember my past-it is what made me. But if I want to be happy now how can I heal myself without forgetting?
by Violet Flame 6 years ago
What is one bad experience from your past that has proved to be a good thing at the end?Could you share a very bad personal experience in the past which, some time later, has proven to have a rather positive impact on your life or life path?p.s. it probably shouldn't be under "health"...
by Gordon Hamilton 6 years ago
A few weeks ago, my mother gave me a small pamphlet she had found in an old box when she was rummaging in a junk cupboard in her house. She assumes it was my Gran's. It is dated 1940 and was issued by the National Food Campaign, published by Lewis's in Manchester. It is essentially advice to the...
by Mritzert1 6 years ago
If you could live in any other time period, past or future, what period would you choose? Why?
by Deborah Sexton 9 years ago
Give me your month and day of birth (No need for the year) and I can tell you a little about your life.
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