On reflection

Time is beyond our control.
It's the constant struggle of perception.
Reflection may be seen , initially,  as a waste of time.
What's the point ofthinking about something that already
happened ? Will it make any difference?

When  something happens we  aknowledge it immediatly .
But because sometimes "things" happen in such a small
space of time we feel like mere spectators ,
watching without reaction somebody else's life.
Reflection comes to claim those events  and  to provide
them  with meaning .To make them feel as part of your
identity ( present ) and to reassure yourself that you
are going in the right direction.
It's the comfortable illusion of control.
It's a constant struggle to perceive its passage and to make the most out of it.
Reflection may be seen , initially,  as a waste of time. What's the point of
thinking about something that already happened ? Will it make any difference?
When  something happens we  aknowledge it immediatly . But because sometimes
"things"  happen in such a small space of time we feel like mere spectators ,
watching without reaction somebody else's life.
Reflection comes to claim those events  and  to provide them  with meaning .
To make them feel as part of your   identity    ( present )  and to reassure
yourself that you are going in the right direction.It's a constant struggle to perceive its passage and to make the most out of it.
Reflection may be seen , initially,  as a waste of time. What's the point of
thinking about something that already happened ? Will it make any difference?
When  something happens we  aknowledge it immediatly . But because sometimes
"things"  happen in such a small space of time we feel like mere spectators ,
watching without reaction somebody else's life.
Reflection comes to claim those events  and  to provide them  with meaning .
To make them feel as part of your   identity    ( present )  and to reassure
yourself that you are going in the right direction.
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