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Not whether it can be reversed, but how it will resolve

A handwritten paragraph from my notes, circa 2000 when I was about 20 years old, rediscovered in 2020.

Nothing is irreversible. True, there is no rewind button to undo the things we ought’nt to have done—but once they are done, we can handle them in a number of different ways. Nothing stays the same for any length of time. It is always changing. So it is not a question of whether it can be ‘reversed’ but how it will resolve itself next week, next lifetime, or in an eon.


Novelist of matters surreal and magical. Studied philosophy and journalism. Worked in technology and finance. Knows about UX design and life coaching. Helps people write their books. Ask. Don't be shy. Author of TEN PAST NOON, BAD FIRE, PAINTING DRAGONS, and ENKIDU IS DEAD AND NOT DEAD.

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