‘What-if'(s)

Hi!

Today, it’s time for yet another of my ‘Just a Quote’ posts! You can find the link to my previous quotes right below!

Fair deal

Hope

In the moment

Happy mulling! 😅

Stay tuned and (more importantly)…

Stay safe! 😊

31 Comments Add yours

  1. PRASHANT JAIN says:

    Nice blog

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      Thank you Prashant! 😊

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  2. James McEwan says:

    Can I think: What if? To compare different coarse of action in future possibilities. Different kind of what if.
    I agree it is pointless looking back unless you actually learn from the experience.
    Keep your ‘just a quote’ coming, they make me think.
    Thank you.

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      Yeah, you certainly can! But doesn’t that actually come under ‘what can’? 😅 What can is nothing but the future of what if….

      Regardless, moral is that we should never procrastinate for too long!

      Thank you so much for the feedback James! I’ll definitely try to come up with more of such quotes. It’s readers like you who make me think more as well! 😁

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  3. Tamara says:

    Lovely thought! 💕

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      Thanks a ton for the feedback Tamara! 😊

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  4. entropicanon says:

    Hah, I love this! Escpecially since I’ve spent the last year wondering “what if,” but I’ve recently had to shift that attitude to “what can!”

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      Well, congratulations on being able to shift your attitude! I too had to learn it the hard way. Thank you so much for your kind words! Stay tuned and stay safe! 😊✌️

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  5. Blogs by J says:

    Very good reminder!

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      I’m glad you agree, J. Stay safe and stay tuned! 😁✌️

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      1. Blogs by J says:

        You as well 😊

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  6. I agree to the lovely quote. It is always important to forget the past and just learn from it and then move on to do better in life.

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      Yes it is! I am glad that you agree! Thank you so much for your feedback! 😁

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      Thank you mark! 😊

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  7. anne leueen says:

    I like “what can” . It is so positive and determined!

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      I’m glad you agree, Anne! Thank you so much for your kind words! 😊

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  8. what a nice thought

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      Thank you Parneet! 😁

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  9. Deep!
    Even small words like ‘if’and ‘can’ play with our psychology!
    Whenever I’ll wonder ‘What If’ I’ll recall your quote and would ask myself ‘What can….!’
    Thank You 🙂

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      Thank you so much for the awesome feedback Bhanu! It really means a lot!😁

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      1. Welcome!
        Happy Brother’s Day! 🙂

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        1. The Pensieve says:

          Thanks a lot, sis! 😁

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  10. It is better to think of the past as a suitcase to carry with you when you need to unpack, rather than as a ball and chain to drag around and slow you down.

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      Hmm… Very interesting analogy. Never thought about it this way. Kudos to you for this! 🙌

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    1. The Pensieve says:

      Thanks a lot, Kelly! I’ll surely visit your blog real soon! 😊

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