If you can redo the past, without causing negative consequence to others, what would you change?
Changing the past to benefit yourself can be bad for other people, e.g. you change the past to avoid a misunderstanding with an old girl friend, so you don't break up, mean you stay together now, but it mean, the children she have, would never be born, therefore, you are as good as committed murder. But if you can change the past, without negative influence on other, is there anything you would change?
This is a good question. You could really write a good hub on this Peter. Me? Saying Yes..I would have been married more than I am now. And who would know what would have been built up or explored through us having children together and the family members and friends who became a part of our circle.
If I was less "serious" I could have created more fun and goofier memories as they will be what you remember the most when you get to sit on the verandah 98 years of age reminiscing your life. And boy when we get to that age and being immobile we will definitely need a deep and rich storehouse of memories to entertain ourselves.
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Well, not just WHAT, you can also say, WHY would that be 'the ONE thing' you could change about your past? It may be an incident, a behaviour, an attitude, a day or a night..simply anything!
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