Is today my past that I will regret in the future?


I bought another TV to watch a movie., I watch TV occasionally. on tv on sunday Hyori's Bed and Breakfast While watching the movie, Hyori sees five of her XNUMX-year-old girlfriends and says that to her husband.

“When I think about what I was like 20 years ago, I feel sorry for myself back then.”

While I was just flipping through the channels, I briefly watched the 3rd documentary interviewing a person on a cruise from the East Sea to Japan. People who don't know each other talk while having a drink, but people in their late 60s or so do that.

“If I go back 20 years ago, I will do more for the country.”

Then the other uncle, who is 55 years old, said so.

“I am that age”

Suddenly, I remembered a common saying floating around on the Internet.

Today I spent in vain is the tomorrow the person who died yesterday longed for

What if I go back to my school days? Or if you could go back 10 or 20 years ago, what would you do? etc. is a question that makes you think about what you are currently regretting.

A colleague does the same while talking at lunchtime. Present has two meanings, so there is this saying.

“The Present is present”

Suddenly, one day, a child asked me “If you died tomorrow, what would you do now?” comes to mind.

“If you could go back 10 or 20 years ago, what would you do? ”

This question is a regret for the present me, there is no way to change the past.

I changed the question.

“Is my present the past that I would regret in the future 10 or 20 years from now?”

“Aren’t you living a present you will regret?”







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