Agree or disagree?


you ever conquered


before you climbed it,

and not a mountain at all afterwards.

Agree or disagree?

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11 thoughts on “Agree or disagree?

  1. I think I have disagree in a qualified way here.
    A) There are occasions when I feel a person looks back on an episode in life and thinks: ‘Heck? (or other more colourful equivalents)…..did I really do that?’
    B) When considering the matter from a perspective of writing however, maybe, depending on just what the subject matter is.

    1. That’s a good point.

      It’s been my experience that thing is that just seemed so monumental at the time, in retrospect we simply me not knowing what was required to be done. It was hard work, sure, but with the passage of time and some repetition, those arduous tasks are now commonplace and something I barely even think about as I do them.

  2. My opinion is it is subjective. Not everyone has walked in my shoes, gone through the things I did, survived and learned from the incidents. If you are talking about a task that is difficult until we conquer it, then I would agree. But if you are talking about a life crisis and your ability survive, that’s a different perspective.

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