What would happen if people could change their past mistakes or decisions they perceive as mistakes from where they are now? Many essay writers speculated on this topic, but it never gets old. Let’s explore it once again!
I’m definitely sure that everyone at least once in his or her life thought: “If I could go back in time, I would…”. All of us have something in our past that we want to change: some people regret about mistakes they’ve done, others about things they wanted to do, but didn’t resolve to. Human beings regret about words they said, about hasty actions and conclusions, about lack of courage or persistence, etc.
Personally I regret that I’ve quarreled with a loyal friend of mine nearly half a year ago and we still do not communicate. Sometimes I feel that I need her, I need this person, who always listened to my endless stories, who could understand me even without words and who was always eager to lend me a hand, but I still do not have enough courage to call her… If I could go back in time, I would behave in another way and we still would be the best friends.
Frankly speaking, the list of facts from my past that I would be glad to improve is quite long and I won’t enumerate all of them. I just want to say that I’ve spent many hours analyzing these situations and I’ve drawn lessons for my future. I prefer not to return even in mind to these unpleasant moments of the past, only from time to time I think about them. I’m convinced that a person can hardly live a full life always thinking about the mistakes he or she had done, in other words, live in the past. Any person needs...