leaves us shaking our heads. I still can't believe I am in my 50's, that my children are grown and that
parts of my life are over with and can never be re-visited. I try to live my life with out regrets. Now that is far easier in theory than in reality. It seems to me that 'we', humans, love to carry around our mistakes and regrets.
It is almost like show and tell, you show me your regrets and I will out do you with mine.
To let go is a great concept and extremely hard to put into application. I find it ironic that I have let go of many large issues but still seem to re-visit silly things often. I have spent many years trying to understand the workings of my subconscious and 'ego state' and every time I think I have the answers, BAM, something happens to change it. Really without a sense of humor and the ability to treat myself with a touch of 'get over it' mentality I would be rolling in phobias!
Maybe that is one of my purposes during this current life, to learn to be flexible, to keep delving into my inner self and reach a point of acceptance. To be at peace with the concept that 'THIS IS WHO I AM' regardless of what my own ego has told me and stop fighting the process. But I am that - human- so I would think that I will keep on trying to find ways to 'fix' myself, I just have to remember life is shorter than we all think and time does not stand still; so I need to move forward and enjoy myself at every avenue or stage of my life, because once that stage is over there is no going back....To hanging up and let go of regrets and from releasing the energy of mistakes!