There have been those times in my life when I’ve made decisions that I thought were “right” at the time that I made them. And then, upon reflection, I pondered about whether or not those decisions were the “right” ones to make.
Recently I’ve been reflecting on several life choices that I’ve made and wondered whether or not I made the right choice. It certainly seemed that the decision was the right one at the time, but as I reflect on them, I can become confused as to why I did what I did.
Some decisions can be reversed, but in other cases, that is certainly not the case. Bridges have been burned that likely cannot be forged together again. And I’m left to wonder whether the previous decisions were life lessons to be learned for the long haul.
I think that everything happens for a reason and I suppose the most valuable lessons are learned that way. As I move forward, I must take into account my past actions, yet not dwell too long on them, for they cannot be changed. I only hope that I become a better version of who I was intended to be and do what’s best for all.