Accept the idea that there are no mistakes, that accidents are not, that everything happens for a reason, and the reason, known or unknown, moves you forward. It may seem to you that there can be no good reason. There may be no way for you to know because your life plays out one incident at a time.
You cannot see the road not taken. You cannot follow its course. And you may well not see clearly the road taken. You may moan, “Oh, why did that happen?” Or, “Why did I let that happen? Why didn’t I say something? Why did I sweep it under the carpet?” Or, “Why didn’t I sweep it under the carpet?” You may even groan, “Oh, why was I born to such travail?”
There are many roads not taken. They are many roads taken. How can you be so certain that you…
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