If You Could Turn Back Time..

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Is this question asking about a moment in my lifetime, or is it a moment i want to go back to, even before i came into existance?

 

 

Id go back about 3 years ago and get rid of... how shall I say... unnecessary friends that arent good for me.

Back in BLACK

Seraphim wrote:

Id go back about 3 years ago and get rid of... how shall I say... unnecessary friends that arent good for me.

You read my mind.

 

Titanium wrote:

I'm afraid what I want to change is not up to me but if I could I'd want to be a guy. 

I could definitely have guessed that!

 

I'd go back to 11 years ago and NOT do what I done. I think that would make my life easier in a lot of ways.
But then when I think about it more - I think if that hadn't have happened, all that followed wouldn't have happened either.
And if all of that stuff that followed didn't happen, I wouldn't be who I am today.
I quite like who I've become as a result of that dark time. So on balance, I probably wouldn't change anything.
(if that makes sense??)

 

Northen Southener wrote:
I'd go back to 11 years ago and NOT do what I done.

You robbed a bank.

Northen Southener wrote:

I think that would make my life easier in a lot of ways.

You got rich.

 

Northen Southener wrote:

 

But then when I think about it more - I think if that hadn't have happened, all that followed wouldn't have happened either. And if all of that stuff that followed didn't happen, I wouldn't be who I am today.

 
You're in prison.

Northen Southener wrote:

I quite like who I've become as a result of that dark time.

A crazy old man.

 

Titanium wrote:

Hummus wrote:

Titanium wrote:

I'm afraid what I want to change is not up to me but if I could I'd want to be a guy. 

I could definitely have guessed that!

AM I that predictable?

On the gender issue, then yes. Besides that, then no.

 

If i could turn back time, i would love to re-live the moment i saw _Me_.

Smile

 

Titanium wrote:
Hummus wrote:

Titanium wrote:

Hummus wrote:

Titanium wrote:

I'm afraid what I want to change is not up to me but if I could I'd want to be a guy. 

I could definitely have guessed that!

AM I that predictable?

On the gender issue, then yes. Besides that, then no.

Gender issues? You make me sound like I want to be a transvestite.. I'm content with who I am/ I learnt to be happy with my femenity. Just don't like particular aspects of it. I just think it would have been easier and I would have been able to do a lot more earlier on in life.

I totally didn't mean it like that seriously! And yeah, i do get what your saying! (Look at the state of this quoting system!)

 

NOTHINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG 

 

the dark times made me stronger

the bad friends taught me what not to do

its not abt what happened. its about HOW you deal with it.

booya!

Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary?

You seem to not live in regret!

Lilly wrote:

its not abt what happened. its about HOW you deal with it.

I like this line.

 

(You don't have to go back in time to the 'bad' moments and try changing them. I'm sure it includes the 'good and memorable' ones, which you wish could've lasted longer- I'd love to have more of them!).

 

well its nt goig to happen. so myt as well focus on making good times happen nwwwww

im sure everybody has regret. im just saying coz someone gotts say it right? and i feel the need to lighten up the mooood

Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary?

Everyone 'SMILE'. Life goes on. 

Smile

 

Quote:
Abu Hurayra said that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "The strong believer is better and more beloved to Allah than the weak believer although there is good in each. Desire that which will bring you benefit, and seek help from Allah and do not give way to incapacity.[b] If something happens to you, do not say, 'If only I had done such-and-such.' Rather say, 'The decree of Allah. He does what He will.' Otherwise you will open yourself up to the action of Shaytan."[/b] [Muslim]

"How many people find fault in what they're reading and the fault is in their own understanding" Al Mutanabbi

Lilly wrote:
well its nt goig to happen. so myt as well focus on making good times happen nwwwww im sure everybody has regret. im just saying coz someone gotts say it right? and i feel the need to lighten up the mooood

 

+1,000,000,000

Biggrin

there's no should've, could've, would've in Islam. 

 

Lets reunite the ummah under one flag LA ILAHA IL ALLAH MUHAMMADUR RASULULLAH

Foysol89 wrote:

there's no should've, could've, would've in Islam. 

 

 

ARGHHH MODAL VERBSSS RUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUN

 

*the nightmare of an english "teacher"*

Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary?

Id go back in time setting right what once went wrong, my only guide on ths journey would be Al: a guy who appears as a hologram which only i can see and hear. jumping from light to light hoping that the next leap would be the leap home.

Back in BLACK

Good to bump this blog.

I used to have a strong idea of points in time I would like to go back to and change... some of the points I still wish I had done differently.

But as time goes by, most of those poitns that I would have strongly suggested in the past have become less strong, less important, less defining.

In the end life goes on.

"For too long, we have been a passively tolerant society, saying to our citizens 'as long as you obey the law, we will leave you alone'" - David Cameron, UK Prime Minister. 13 May 2015.