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Monday, February 28, 2005

Looking Back

I wrote this post a year ago, and now, a year later, I have to revisit the thought. Now this passage means so much more to me.

I find myself clinging to the past, and yet being pushed forward inevitably by the mere passage of time. There's always guilty thoughts in my head, but when I try to think of ways to make things better, I discover that it might ask more of me than I may be able to give. I know I probably don't make much sense - and certain people may actually misinterpret this - so just for clarity's sake (as much clarity as I can provide without giving away the whole story), this isn't about romance or relationships or commitment or career. That's all I can say.

But once again, I have to wonder: Is it because I've become a completely different person? Or have I just really discovered what's important to me and what I want my life to be like?

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