Time Machine

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We are humans.

We make mistakes.

We learn from those mistakes.

We go back and try again.

But what if we could go back in time and change something to prevent it from happening?

Would you do it?

I have mixed answers for this question.

I joined the Navy while I was in High school into the nuke program.

I quickly realized my mistake and switched to the Army National Guard as an MP. Switching may have saved my life from being in a possible war.

However I instead was hit by a school bus.

Would I go back in time and stay home that day?

If I did I wouldn’t have met all the kick ass people that I know today. I probably wouldn’t have earned a Master’s Degree in Forensic Accounting. I probably wouldn’t have picked up cycling and competed across the world.

There are a bunch of other “would have not” but the list could be long.

Is life better now then it would have been?

If you had the chance to go back in time and change one thing, would you do it?

1 thought on “Time Machine

  1. Yernasia Quorelios May 6, 2019 — 9:38 pm

    ◇ The Message from H.G. Wells ‘The Time Machine’ is Fundamentally Quite Simple; if an Event is ‘Meant’, in this case The Death of The Partner, then it WILL!!! Happen…on The Other Hand if a New Timeline is Created ‘Accidentally’ as in The Recent Re-Imagination of Gene Rodenberrys Original Star Trek The New Timeline Endures…so, in Summary, I Would Change NOTHING!!! in My Personal Historical Timeline; yet if a Temporal ‘Accident’ Occurred, then… 🤔 ?


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