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You can't do over what's already been done, but you sure can undo it. Not easy, but you can undo it.
I so wish life also had the option of undo making it easier to deal with things you erred. I would have gone back in time to undo every mistake of mine, for which I have paid a very heavy price.
For those filled with regret, perhaps the most needful exercise of proactivity is to realize that past mistakes are also out there in the Circle of Concern. We can't recall them, we can't undo them, we can't control the consequences that came as a result.
There are things that once done can't be undone, things that once said can't be unsaid.
There has to be something we can do to undo whatever it is we have done.
We all have things that we regret, thinks we wish we could change, but we can't dwell on them.
And while I'm sure you feel that your particular mistake is extraordinarily big, insurmountable even, contrary to what you might think, these types of things can always be undone, and oftentimes aren't nearily as lethal as we think - or, should I say, as we allow them to be.
You can undo a lot of things. If you're not happy, you can become happy. Happiness is a choice. That's the thing I really feel.
Do not regret what you have done
Regret nothing. Everything broken can be remade. And everything remade can once again be broken
One of the key components of your mistake recovery strategy is to just stop, learn, get rid of the emotion and the feeling of shame and burden, and move on.
regret with dignity and grace.
What's done can't be undone, but at least you can keep it from happening again.
He'd undone all he could. You can be sorry, and you can be forgiven, but you can't call back the futures that your bad decisions lost
True undoubting is the teacher's part, continual undoubting the part of the pupil.
The critical question about regret is whether experience led to growth and new learning. Some people seem to keep on making the same mistakes, while others at least make new ones. Regret and remorse can be either paralyzing or inspiring. [p. 199]
Our urge to undo things must come from an idea that what we find in the natural world isn't good enough, that our tinkering will make it better. Spare us the scandal of improvement, I say.
Nothing stands out so conspicuously, or remains so firmly fixed in the memory, as something which you have blundered.
But if you never did anything you couldn't undo you'd end up doing nothing at all.
We regret mistakes were made.
Don't cling to a mistake just because you spent a long time making it.
There are moments in one's life where you look back and you say, 'Well, I wish I had done this differently.'
A person can't brood over one mistake, or waste time feeling sorry for himself, or take on any sort of persecution complex. Today I realize that once you have made a mistake, you must accept it, profit by it, and then totally dismiss it from your mind.
When you slip up and let yourself back into old, toxic patterns of thinking, forgive yourself before you try to fix yourself.
You can't undo the past ... but you can certainly not repeat it.
You can't undo anything you've already done, but you can face up to it. You can tell the truth. You can seek forgiveness. And then let God do the rest.
Our lives are scattered throughout with periods of unbelonging; in childhood, of course, and adolescence; but in adulthood too, when sudden loss (or gain) forces us to reassess things we believe immutable.
We need to learn to love the flawed, imperfect things that we create, and to forgive ourselves for creating them. Regret doesen't remind us what we did badly, it reminds us what we know we could do better.
Sometimes we make a mistake that can never be undone. We hurt people we never intend to hurt, and it isn't until years later we realize that although we hurt them, letting them go was the kindest thing we could have done.
Sometimes stop walking, look back at your life, detect your errors, and make new plans for the future where there exists no place for these errors!
The thing is, once something bad happens, there's no way to undo it. There's no erase button on life
There are moments in life that you wish with all your heart you could take back. Like, just erase from existence. Like, if you could, you'd erase yourself right out of existence too, just to make that moment not exist.
It does not undo harm to acknowledge that we have done it; but it undoes us not to acknowledge it.
As tough as it sometimes looks on the front end, it's easier to do right than undo wrong.
Life is all about learning and one of the most memorable ways of learning something is by messing up.
Revise. Revisit. Reinvent.
A wrong is unredressed when retribution overtakes its redresser.
A missed opportunity repentance only leaves behind
But there are forces that don't let you turn back and undo things, because to do so would be to deny what is already in motion, to unwrite and erase passages, to shorten the arc of a story you don't own.
You can't undo the past, but you can remedy it by creating a better future.
Drolls & dreamers that we are, we fancy that we can undo what we fancy we have done.
There are those among us who have erred, deeply and significantly. Who have wounded the world and broken themselves. The worst of them lose themselves in their errors. The best of them crawl back, one foot at a time, and seek to amend their breaches. That is the way of the brave.
The business of thinking ... undoes every morning what it had finished the night before.
Fix, commit, condemn yourself
Sometimes, things need to come undone for better things to come together.
What is gone before is gone. All you have now are the results of your actions.
[S]ometimes people make a mistake for so long that it starts to feel like it's not a mistake at all. And then one day, you tell yourself it's for the best.
What do do with a mistake: recognize it, admit it, learn from it, forget it.
The biggest tragedy of life is the utter impossibility to change what you have done
Regrets and Mistakes, they're Memories made
And now none of it could be undone. That was the exquisite irony: the act that had undone everything could not itself be undone.
Our regrets want to bring
back many things we leave behind
For a thing to remain undone nothing more is needed than to think of it done.
Don't sacrifice the present and attempt to achieve the impossible- to completely correct the past... It's gone! Learn from it and move on...
How much sweeter life would be if it all happened in reverse, if, after decades of disappointments, you finally arrived at an age when you had conceded nothing, when everything was possible.
You can't take back an act you were able to think.
Every action has a consequence - some you can't take back.
Change the changeable, accept the unchangeable, and remove yourself from the unacceptable.
Too often, our minds are so burdened because of the mistakes we have made that we do not take the time to forgive ourselves and others and start over again.
Never do something that can't be undone.
Restrain expectations to restrict regrets.
Regret for not learning; not for the mistakes you did.
Be not ashamed to confess that you have been in the wrong. It is but owning that you now have more sense than you had before, to see your error; more humility to acknowledge it; more grace to correct it.
If you make a mistake, you got to make it right. I realized I had a choice. I could sit in my misery or I could do something about it." Pulling
Sometimes the only way to fix a mistake- is to make it twice.
When you realize you've made a mistake, take immediate steps to correct it.
Repentance is an internal shift
Mistakes can't be erased, but they move you from your present position.
some things, once altered, are not easily undone.
I didn't accomplish what I set out to do, but I realized I had set out to do the wrong things
Forgive yourself for the decisions you have made, the ones you still call mistakes when you tuck them in at night
Don't undo a brave and noble deed. Don't rob yourself of your own virtue.
Sometimes mistakes are the best thing that can happen, because they might lift you ... out of your complacency, and open your mind up to a whole other area that you wouldn't have gone to intentionally.
Experience has taught me this, that we undo ourselves by impatience. Misfortunes have their life and their limits, their sickness and their health.
What cannot be repaired is not to be regretted.
The burden of regret can weigh us down heavily on our spiritual journey. The best way to release regret is to forgive ourselves.
In the end you will be your own undoing. You can't escape you.
sometimes people are broken and don't know how to mend because they aren't able to say what they need or deeply want. Sometimes you get to a point in life where you realize you've made a terrible mistake and you desperately need to fix it, but it's so deep and bitterly ingrained you can't start.
We must be undone in order to do ourselves: we must be part of a larger social fabric of existence in order to create who we are.
Jack Speight undid me, then I almost undid myself. But I've undone some of the bad, too, some of the damage. With help. With luck and love.
Sins cannot be undone, only forgiven.
With the mistake your life goes in reverse. Now you can see exactly what you did Wrong yesterday and wrong the day before And each mistake leads back to something worse.
Thinking is not a thing that can undo itself. It can never be its own solution.
isn't the thing you do, dear, it's the thing you leave undone which
gives you a bit of heartache at the setting at the setting of the sun.
Inconvenience in progress, work is regretted.
Our mistakes and regrets are not barriers to becoming who we can be; they are a necessary ingredient.
You learn from your mistakes.
The best way to correct a mistake is to make it right.
We are usually undone by our lack of understanding of ourselves.
There are many things in my life that I wish I could take back. Many moments I would recast.
It is unfair that life doesn't come with a rewind button; an undo button that can reset time after you make a terrible mistake.
The results you are churning out are a direct or indirect reflection of what you allowed into your life. Unlearning what you already know and practice is no easy task, but sometimes it's necessary for the programming or re-programming that must take place for success to be made deliberate.
When you make a mistake, there are only three things you should ever do about it: 1. Admit it. 2. Learn from it, and 3. Don't repeat it.
You learn from your mistakes, or you go backward. I'm the kind of person who wants to move forward.
Forgive and call back the energy wasted on past events.
What we most regret are not the errors we make, but the things we didnt do.
No space of regret can make amends for one life's opportunity misused
Regrets grow tiresome
We all make mistakes and do things we wish we could take back, but it is what we do after that truly matters ... and I like your after.