Friday, September 18, 2015


Living in a technological age is difficult. Everything is there to read, re-read, analyze after the fact and see with stark clarity how blind we had been. 

We make of our past, oft times, a version we presumed it was because during what was then the present, we didn't see what was actually going on.

Perception is dangerous, because many factors change it. 

Only through hindsight, can we have true clarity, and with the ability to have what is said forever saved to refer to, we can know of a surety that in moments of our past, we were idiots. 

There is no "that wasn't what was said" when many conversations can be saved.

Why must hindsight be the truest form of sight when moving forward is not done by looking back?