A game which is never-ending, and one which is played by all is the game of Ifs and Buts.
This game occurs for most, throughout various moments in just a day and that is then repeated over and over again, life then continuing in this cycle.
For anything that occurs, you think, what if I had done this differently?
For something that hasn’t happened according to your expectations, there’s a but that’s added to your thought.
These Ifs and Buts constantly keep playing in your head, showing you different alternatives if you had made all the right choices, and if everything went according to your plan.
However, two things happen here. One, such thoughts take away the present moment from you, constantly keeping you wondering about the past. Second, and more importantly, life is not but a series of choices you make based on who you are at that time and the experiences you have had.
Every choice you make is something you control, and only when you know the outcome isn’t in your favour is when you think what if. But there’s no time travel, is there? That means you need to be satisfied with the choices you have made and the outcomes that have come along with it, ensuring that those results play a part when you have to make your next choice that impacts your life, on the micro or macro basis.
When your thinking is altered in this way, is when you will be able to limit this game of Ifs and Buts in your head and actually be able to live your life in the reality.