Reflection Doesn't Just Mean Nostalgia

I’d been raised with this idea that the decisions one makes and sticks to become one's ‘code’. To change them was to be wishy-washy, un-manly and could leave one adrift without a firm base. There was a time when I took great comfort in the choices I thought I’d made (often adapted from people I either respected or admired or wanted the good graces of). Absolutes got etched in stone and were now part of my own roster -- my ‘likes’ and ‘dislikes’ hit list. I noticed that it took far less time to dally in indecision, knowing what I liked and dismissing everything else, than it did to ‘reconsider’ and worse, risk being swayed or perceived as indecisive. It was easy to maintain this philosoph

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