Thursday, February 19, 2009

Regret is Unhealthy

I think that I feel remorse for a significant portion of my life. Whenever I watch movies, someone asks their mother or something, "do you regret anything that you've done in your life?" The mother always says that she doesn't regret any of it. How would I respond? Why are there so many things that hold me back from fulfilling myself. I want to be able to do things and later just feel like it was a good learning experience. Unfortunately, I think that I am an extremely bitter human. My distraction has become a routine that my brain patterns have adapted to. To break this psychological habit will be difficult. I don't know why I put myself in these sort of straits.

When sitting on a Muni bus, I always create an action plan for accomplishing my daily objectives. Nothing ever gets done.
"When all is said and done, more is said, than done," is a quote that I've used as an extemper when referring to Zimbabwe's power sharing deal. However in my case I feel that it is relevant as well, for I always say that I want to do something, but eventually nothing gets started and therefore never finished. Even now I complain about my lack of crois que je suis une vraie girouette...yet I am still here, blogging - procrastinating. I recall creating a blog for resolutions, although I haven't touched it for a while, I can probably guarantee that not one of those goals have been reached.

All is said and done
and more is said
than done

1 comment:

Christina. said...

That math quiz today "...was BULLSHIT"! (in the words of our class prez)
Anyways, English has been chill... Joy Luck club, expository essay on our position of teens and violent movies. I turned in my extremely satirical paper just Tuesday... hope Clinton got a good laugh out of reading it (as long as it's not like, "I'm smiling, but you're failing" kind of thing). I'm behind in the reading, the usual... not many changes. I think I'll do the inevitable research paper on public school indoctrination. If we get to choose the topic, at least.
Espanol is rad.