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Subject: Agree..but revisiting sometimes is a prelude to dwelling that's why..For me fresh start, is to totally forget eveything bad and keeping to myself only the good things..

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Date Posted: 04:54:23 04/02/08 Wed
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In reply to: dwelling in the past 's message, "But how would we know it's not applicable unless we revisit the past so that we can make accurate comparisons with our present situation? In a very deep way I would also like to question the concept of a 'fresh start'. Every so called fresh start has its antecedents. The need to make such a fresh start is also informed by events in the past. Remember we are not dwelling in the past we are only learning from it." on 04:50:13 04/02/08 Wed

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I will still depend on what situation you are in.. It may or may not apply... Also, most of the times , humans revisit the past and concentrating on the ill and bad things that has happen.. (NT)sick and lonely (dwell the past)04:58:40 04/02/08 Wed

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