Friday, November 18, 2011

About Worrying



It occurs that what worries us the most isn't really about not getting an opportunity to do something that we wish to do, but rather the decision we made upon every chance presented before us. We human, worry about consequences, for it is a lot easier accepting the fact that something is not meant to be ours given the matter remains out of reach. But once an effort was made... we worry about not getting things right or achieving what we had imagined we would achieve before the decision was made ... we human, worry about failure.

A famous quote says that...


“Regret for the things we did can be tempered by time; it is regret for the things we did not do that is inconsolable.”


Yet....
There is only a single 'what if...' if we denounce a chance and that is..

"what if I had taken the chance to..." 


but it would be hundreds of them.... if we had walked the path....


"what if I did not say that....
"what if I took it slower....
"what if I have tried harder.....
"what if I am a lot forgiving....
"what if I had said No...."







at the end of the day.... we suffer the same.




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