— Edgar Allan Poe” —
Each person reaches the point in their long or short lasting life when they start looking at their past: what they have done, what they could have done, what they decided. We all start doubting-in ourselves, our decisions and therefore everyone else’s. We all start digging through the past at one point in time, the question is how long are we planning on staying there, digging, contemplating, and howling about the lost and when exactly are we planning on fighting the claws of our own lost time and finally start living the moment that is now?
The battle between ourselves and our own past is surely unlikely to end for our past is a part of us just like our lungs, livers, and harts; furthermore, it is the thing that makes us who we are-messed up, complex, and doubtful, but most definitely who we are.