Topic: Are you making the same mistakes over and over again?
I’ve got myself into a new situation, that I have yet to fully wrap my head around. It’s entirely different from anything I’ve been in before, and yet I can’t help but think that I’ve walked down this road before. Not in the literal sense of course, but in some other manner. I can’t completely explain it because I don’t fully understand it. Maybe you have some insight on this that would be helpful. Because I am at a loss of words.
The word mistake has such a sad weight to it. A mistake is something that you did wrong or through misguided eyes. It’s a mistake to say that I would call my past actions a mistake, yet that is what I was taught to call them. Maybe that in itself is a mistake of social ideals, or maybe it’s a mistake simply due to English grammar.
I won’t say that I made a mistake, because I feel no guilt. I likewise won’t say I made a mistake because I looked on at where my road would take me with my eyes wide open.
The only mistake I keep making over and over again is my mistake in calling my train of thought, and thereafter actions, a mistake. I’m too rational to say that it was the best outcome, but I’m too sensible to say that I didn’t line my road with my own brick stones.