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Tuesday, July 18, 2006
I like this quote from Colette
Colette was kind of...controversial, and I don't know the particular context of this quote, but I still like it:

"I love my past. I love my present. I'm not ashamed of what I've had, and I'm not sad because I have it no longer."

I'm not sure if I can claim any one of those things. Can you? Should we be able to?
posted by LoRi~fLoWer
  • At 12:23 PM, Blogger Sally said…

    I try not to think about it too much or I might end up feeling a lot of regrets.

  • At 4:42 PM, Blogger Becky said…

    I can't imagine anyone can go through life without any regrets, as much as we strive to.

  • At 1:54 AM, Blogger Evil Ninja Monkey said…

    gestalt. synergy. totality.

    without past and present, there could be none of these.
    we would have no future if we had no past.
    someone with whom you of all people should be at least casually familiar with once said 'live deliberately, take each day as it comes your way' and 'go boldly in the direction of your dreams'.

    and one of my favourites once said 'those who do not learn from the past are condemned to repeat it'.

    by the way - trauma guy? you should check more often...

  • At 6:29 AM, Anonymous TJ said…

    I agree with Becky. I don't buy it. People have regrets. All people, even those from Ohio.

  • At 10:39 AM, Blogger LoRi~fLoWer said…

    Even Ohio? There's another illusion shattered.

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