Sometimes you can’t go back, but that’s okay

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  • Martijn Schirp (112,763)A November 22, 2014

    This is such great metaphor for life decisions. My biggest crossroad in life has been the moment when I decided to quit a successful career in professional poker and just meditate in a Nepali monastery for 30 days straight. After that, I couldn’t go back. Had to leave a lot what I knew and dependent on behind.

    • NORA (0) November 23, 2014

      is that a negative thing though?

      • Martijn Schirp (112,763)A November 23, 2014

        No not at all. It’s ambiguous, depending on how you look at it. Just a fact of life I guess,

  • JonH (1,138)C November 22, 2014

    Strange

  • Wolve (62) November 23, 2014

    One of the best life metaphor :)

  • Tony (6) November 27, 2014

    the feels that hit when you look at it for too long