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There has been part of our lives that we have regrets in the past. From the things we didn’t do, from the words we didn’t say. And every time we think of the past, we remem­ber the things that didn’t work out, the things that have messed up and the fail­ures that haunt­ed us for a long time.

When I was young, I used to watch Dorae­mon in the tele­vi­sion because Dorae­mon always has a way to solve one’s prob­lem, he can trav­el between times to cor­rect the mis­takes of oth­er char­ac­ters in the past or to see a glimpse what is going to hap­pen in their future. And until now, from the movies we love to watch on the big screens, the idea of the pos­si­bil­i­ty of going to the past or the future by time trav­el fas­ci­nates most of us. But with­out the time trav­el, is chang­ing the past pos­si­ble?

Some­times when we remem­ber the past, it is some­thing real, it is some­thing that makes us feel bad about our­selves. It makes us feel inse­cure about our­selves and so we are think­ing if we could ever change it. But there’s some­thing we need to under­stand about it, that the past is not real­ly real because first, we can­not touch it, sec­ond we can’t even go to the past.

But how do we able to change it if it’s not some­thing phys­i­cal or mate­r­i­al we can form in any way?. The answer is that when we change the present we can actu­al­ly change the past.

By chang­ing the way we think about the past and when we start doing things dif­fer­ent­ly when we start­ed to think to make our lives dif­fer­ent — that way we can real­ly change the past.

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