Unconscious behavior & the Regrets

What is unconscious behavior? Unconscious behavior means we are not fully conscious or aware of what we are doing or thinking—for example, lock a car and stop by the washroom.

Every one of us has unconscious behavior. Sometimes we are not fully aware of what we are doing. Have you ever locked the car but couldn’t clearly remember it?

The same goes for some actions we have done to others and didn’t fully aware of the consequences. Sometimes we misbehaved toward our elders and were unconscious of it. When you realise it’s already too late to correct it.

Then, this kicked in. You realise that never in life you’ll get the second chance to alter the word sorry to them. The regret turned into a killer feeling. It’s slowly started to suffocate you.

The whole thing turned into a life lesson. A lesson that you keep close to your heart. You don’t want to repeat the mistake ever.

a lesson that teaches you:-

  1. Watch your thought and action when you get angry with someone.
  2. Analysis whether it’s a fit of anger or a wave of accumulated anger.
  3. The next time you dislike someone, check whether it stops there or turns into accumulated anger.

Let’s not do anything that can cause us a lifetime of regrets. When it does, time is the only healer.

tatta, (bubbye)



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