the question

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of guilt.
of taking responsibility.
of what might have been.
of whether more could have been done.
of whether more was even possible.

of whether i can ever live with what i have become.

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4 thoughts on “the question

  1. Guilt is worthless and I say that after being raised a catholic.
    What might have been is a path to futile madness. There is what is and that’s all there is.
    You could always have done more and it would never have been enough.

    Only you can decide that. But I think what you’ve become might not be what you wanted to be, but it’s not that far from it. that’s the way it is for most of us.

    I think what you are is ok.

  2. of guilt.

    Guilt only exists when one dwells on what could have, should have been. Do you believe that you can choose what the outcome of the future is, or do you believe that every choice you make has been made before you have been given the choice to make it? In other words, sometimes things happen for a specific reason, whether they be bad or good things.

    of what might have been.
    of whether more could have been done.
    of whether more was even possible.

    It is my opinion that more could never be done. We never understand what “more” is until we have the comparison of what did happen. It isn’t until someone has already happened that the mind begins to dwell on what it could have done instead. Comparison.

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