Accepting Your Choices: A Corollary to Choosing Wisely

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  1. This is an interesting post. Most of us make choices at some point that we regret, and which we would rather ‘edit out’ of our lives. Equally, we change our minds about the things we believe in or support, such as our political affiliations.

    My views today are in many respects different from my views in, say, 1988 – but I don’t regret what I said back then. It’s just that times have changed, and so have I – but I am still the same person and have things to draw on from what I believed in then.

    As the poet Wordsworth said, ‘the child is the father of the man’. We grow up and move on, but we should not disown what we were.

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