Through The Looking Glass
I often wonder the same about my current and former self. I don't have an answer, but just thinking gets me a little more on track.
i don't know the answer to that, but i bet your older you would be glad you weren't the younger you still. maybe.i know i'm glad i'm not the younger me. younger me couldn't balance a checkbook, and made really bad decisions. the older me can almost balance a checkbook, and only makes bad decisions in which i can live with the consequences. mostly because i have no choice. heh.
What an interesting question. I don't think I've ever thought about things in that way before. I am more outward focussed I guess. I look at other people who are like the younger me and wonder if they know what they are in for when they get older. Oh, and I try -- mostly unsuccessfully -- to resist the urge to tell them. ;-)
I've wondered that. But then I also wonder if the future me will be pleased with the current me.
I'm with FF--but I think at this point that just maybe I'd be fairly happy with the me I've become (just wishing I could change some of the mistakes along the way.)Karen, your a better person than I--I've reached the age and stage where I feel a duty to try to tell them!ABQ you have a great way to look at it.Thanks for the reflection question, Alyson!
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