Do You  

wickedlylushus 45F
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3/23/2006 3:24 pm

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Do You

Do you ever wish that you could go back and do everything over again. To change things you were not proud of. Do you ever dream that one day everything will go your way. That your life was the greatest. Do you ever wish that everything you said you were going to do you would and what you weren't you wouldn't. Do you ever dream that the perfect person is waiting around the next corner, that you no longer attract the assholes. Do you ever wish? Do you ever dream? Do they ever come true? One must wonder if they really do. But hey we're only human so what's the harm to have hope. Even if it is for a single moment. Even if it is just for the thrill, the excitement that knowing what you're doing or should I say who you're doing is so not right.

largenlonelywv 50M

3/26/2006 8:40 am

"Regrets, I've had a few, but then again too few to mention . . ." lol Actually, I do sometimes wish I could go back and redo some things, some choices, but not many. I do often wish, though, that I would do what I know I should and not do what I know I shouldn't (but the shouldn't stuff is usually so much more fun than the shoulds). And I am convinced that the perfect woman for me is out there somewhere, waiting around some corner, but my greatest fear is that she's around a corner in some other part of the world, and I'll never bump into her here in this all-too-familiar part of WV. But as you say, there's no harm in hoping, and there's always the thrill of the search.

anal0rMMFNE1 42M

4/8/2006 7:39 am

Always reminds me of the saying that you never regret having not worked more, etc. I would say I regret a few decisions; but I don't regret the consequences because I made those decisions. And like march said; your decisions shape you and you have to take the good with the bad or else you wouldn't be the person you are. I've had terrible relationships - not just intimate ones but friendships - that I didn't realize were so terrible until much later - and it wasn't always the other person's fault - but if it weren't for those relationships opportunities and advice would have been lost. You can't go back and redo things or the whole world would either be a utopia or utter chaos; since everyone's individual will is so different from others - for example, say you tried to keep from breaking up with a certain person. That is the outcome *you* want; perhaps the outcome *they* want is to never have met you in the first place? Who wins? No one. So there - no drama, no trauma, no regrets. My entire life has improved by not having conflict anymore and just resolving things reasonably and with less emotion.

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