If you have a magic eraser, what part of your life would you erase?
Can I move the people out first? Tough question. I tend to like all types of scenery and climates. I would likely erase big cities but then I would be doing away with the people and I would not like that. I don't think I would erase any place. I will think about this one. Funny question!
Mmmmm.... If I had a magic eraser I would not erase any part of my life. They are all life learned experiences and makes me who I am today. There are some things I would do differently, but I would not erase any part of my life.
There are a lot of parts of my life I would love to erase. However, if I did it, I probably wouldn't have all those learning I have today to make me a better person.
I don't know that I would erase any part of my life. Everything that has ever happened to me or that I have done created a learning experience. Those events made me who I am now. Do I have some regrets? Sure. But I wouldn't take anything back. Just one small alteration in my past could mean an entire new chain of events from that point on, which might put me in a different setting. I'm perfectly satisfied with my life the way it is right now, so I'd rather not remove any events that got me here.
I would erase the embarrassing part that I'm not going to discuss here.
Painful question to answer. When I was fourteen the car in which I was traveling crashed on a curving mountain road. The reason for the accident was excessive speed. There were five people in the car: my parents, and two younger sisters. As the car slid and spinned wildly upside down, I thought for sure we were going to plunge into the cliff siding the left side of the two lane road, and I knew that I was moments away from certain death. Miraculously we didn't plunge into the cliff, and nobody died. Ever since I've been afraid to travel in a car, especially on curving mountain roads and especially when someone other than myself is driving. There were also other situations that happened when I was fourteen that cause me to want to erase that whole year out of my life.
firstly i feel for you mcals71, secondly...i would only erase really bad bits that i learnt nothing from (wrong doings of others) apart from that, none. I'v learnt from mistakes
I would erase those parts of my life where I chose to make decisions and do things my way without following God's lead and guidance on how and whether to even do them. In a lot of ways, I think I have been too independent for my own good.
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