In the comedy “Groundhog Day” Bill Murray experienced the same day again and again, stuck in a time loop until he got the day “right.” What day would you choose to repeat until you got it right? Do you think it’s ever possible to get life “right”?
What a nightmare! get stuck in a day! above all in a bad day until it becomes “right”. The best thing about bad days is “the end”. Like in the bad movies. (and I’m not talking about “Groundhog Day” I enjoyed the comedy) The sooner the end arrives the best. It’s great to know a bad day it would pass without return. It’s great to have a brand new day to start again. A God’s gift.
I wouldn’t choose to repeat a single day of my life. I don’t want to revisit my bad days. I’m happy and grateful with my good days. All of them are part of me. All of them taught me something. Even the worst days. All together form the story of my life. Would I choose a better life? I sure would choose being healthier but that’s not up to me. The lack of health helped me understand better sick people and take care of them in a better way when I needed to do so, I think. So even that was useful.
I realize I’m too serious and dramatic in my answers to the prompts. Let’s switch to a comedy mood. If you force me I would choose a vacation day at the Croatian Adriatic coast, so my vacation would last for ever. But then, I don’t think I would resist a life in permanent vacation. I’ll need to come back to normal life sooner or later. There is nothing like undisturbed normal life.
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