What Would You Change?

As the years go by and you find yourself getting older, do you ever wonder what you would do differently or what you would change if you had the chance to start all over again?

Yes, I mean start your life over, from a younger age. Would you try harder at school? Would you work harder at your job? Would you stay single or maybe marry someone different.

Health is another thing that people do not take seriously. People who do not take care of themselves. They might smoke, or overeat Maybe you never exercised. Now you get to keep your body healthy and in the right shape.

Maybe you are living in a city or state that you would rather not be anymore. A whole different country perhaps.

It’s always exciting to think of how your life would be if you were given a second chance to do it again. It is also possible that most of us to be making the same choices and the same mistakes as the first time.

Would we act differently? Would be nicer? Maybe we would act stronger, meaner, more confident?

Living in a completely different place and meeting different people would change everything and everyone we ever knew.

So sometime soon when you feel the urge to day dream a bit, think about changing, and then think about what you still have a chance to change your life and make it better for you.


  1. Marie Edgerly

    Yes If I could have changed anything when I was younger it would have been staying in school and going to college. Even though I did get my GED and right now going to college. I just sometimes wonder if my life would have been different had I done that.

    1. Gil Camporazo

      Are you really working hard to reach your dream? Is it the impossible dream? Dream do come true when you least expect it. What I mean is when you’ve unwavering faith in the Great Providence.

  2. Gina145

    There are many things I’d do differently if I knew what I know now. But of course if I had to start my life over again, I’d be just as ignorant so I’m sure I’d make the same mistakes.

  3. Gil Camporazo

    Starting in 1980, I had a change in my life and I am maintaining that great change in my life. I am following the Lord’ way of having a contented life.

  4. Dawn Rae

    I am who I am because of what I’ve been through. So I’m not sure I’d change anything except….. if I had started a retirement account with that very first job… even $5 a week… I’d be better off financially.

  5. Barbara Radisavljevic

    The trouble is that when we get older and wiser, it’s often too late to make some changes. Yes, I would make some very different decisions. For one, I never would have impulsively started a business so soon after my son died. It may have kept my mind off it for a while, but it outgrew me and stole the rest of my time from me. I’m still paying the price now.

  6. Kyla Matton Osborne

    Until a few years ago, I used to say I’d do it again if I could. And in some ways, I think maybe I wouldn’t want to take the chance of changing the path my life has taken. But I’d love to go back in time and give myself some sage advice…

  7. Marsha Cooper

    Now that is a loaded question!!
    There are many things in my life that I wish were different. Some I could have changed if hindsight was 20/20. Some would be different if I would have just used common sense.
    Some I wouldn’t change as it would totally change things such as me not having the children and grandchildren that I have.

  8. Jo Pin

    Hello Parker Rose! It’s hard to change what was already done, There are many “ifs” along the way. I learned my lesson so I would just be careful in all my undertaking. Change is constant.

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