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Wishful Thinking: Would You Want A Crystal Ball? (VIDEO)

Good Enough Mother® - Rene Syler

And if so, what would you want to know?

Hey all, it’s one of my favorite segments here on Good Enough Mother, Wishful Thinking! One of the things I think we forget to do when we become super-serious, bill-paying adults is to dream and that can’t happen! Dreaming keeps us young and hopeful; the latter seems to be in short supply.

 So sit back and take two minutes to watch this edition of Wishful Thinking then leave your comments!

2 Comments

  1. DawnKA

    November 30, 2011 at 9:20 am

    I think curiosity would get the best of me and I would look. I would want to know about my children and would they be okay. Although I enjoy challenges, I would also like to know about the things I am working on and how they will turn out.

  2. Dave M

    November 30, 2011 at 3:02 pm

    No. What good does it do, I guess? If 20 years ago you’d shown me the events of this year would I have still dated my wife? Gotten married? Would I avoid the heartache? What happens to the amazing times or the children, whole nine yards. I would never have known about the amazing opportunity for the new job I have now. I would never have met amazing colleagues (including you, Rene) or taken the path I’m on. I would have seen the end result but not the events that led to it.
    As for the dreams, I don’t want to know. At 21 I wanted to be a musician. There’s a piece of that 21-year-old in me that plays guitar every day, writes music for my brother and his band, hoping I might still do it. The realist in me knows that I can’t take care of 4 kids, make a living and be on the road, fun as it may be. But would I still write songs? Would I still play if I knew the answer? Probably not, and that would just kill me. No, the crystal ball would tell you the future, but not the journey. Now, in my world I live today, I just don’t think I could handle that knowledge well.

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