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French priest Nader Ransom has as his epitaph “If time can be turned back, half of the people in the world will be great!”
That is 50% chance for everybody.
Considering what the real world is like, that chance is extremely high.
Only if we could turn back time.
Wouldn’t that be nice?
We can go back and rectify our mistakes and optimize our achievements, kind of like playing a video game.
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Well, the only problem is that we cannot really do it.
Then what is the next best alternative?
For me, that is self-reflection. With that, we can find the “better” ourselves.
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1. With self-reflection, we can reduce our mistakes
If I thought about my past experiences, so many mistakes could have been prevented if I was only “me” at that time.