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If you could go back to a time in your life, what time would it be and why?

  1. Montana Farm Girl profile image57
    Montana Farm Girlposted 8 years ago

    If you could go back to a time in your life, what time would it be and why?

  2. Montana Farm Girl profile image57
    Montana Farm Girlposted 8 years ago

    I would go back to the last moments I saw my father on the horrible night of his tragic death!! Knowing what I do, I would make sure he did not go out that night; I would have stayed with him all night... he would not have been killed by the drunk driver and my sons would have a grandpapa~~

  3. LPinky profile image60
    LPinkyposted 8 years ago

    If I could go back to a time in my life it would be when my father was still alive. Growing up I was not close to my father, so therefore I missed out on having that father daughter relationship.  When I was sixteen I had a very big argument with my father, and I didn't speak to him for years thereafter. We lived in the same house and we just avoided each other. My father died when I was twenty-two. Although we had forgiven one another a year or so before he died.  I often regret those years of silence between us.

    If I had the opportunity to go back I would not have allowed those years of silence into our lives. I would go back to that day my father and I argued, I would make sure that I allowed forgiveness to rule over me and not pride. I would not have spent those years of my life void of a relationship with my father.

  4. Cam Anju profile image74
    Cam Anjuposted 8 years ago

    I would go back in time before I tried to find my father, knowing what I do now... I was wasting my time when I had a family that already loved me, unconditionally, something he will never be able to give me. That way I wouldn't have wasted so much time on someone who wasn't worth it and had more time to spend on my little brothers, and my mom who are. smile

  5. cashmere profile image83
    cashmereposted 8 years ago

    I'd go back to the time when i was still in school and with my parents. I would actually enjoy it this time, rather than be in a hurry to grow up. I think I was so keen on the future that i never enjoyed the present then.

  6. topgunjager profile image59
    topgunjagerposted 8 years ago

    To when i was taught about God and religion. I would tell them to stop trying to scare me about hell and all that scary stuff and tell to them to at least give me a chance to figure things out for myself instead of them forcefully shoving their beliefs in my brain when I was at the stage of my life where i was intelectually defenseless=)

 
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