"You never really know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory."

I found a Netflix show called 'Erased'. It's about a 29 year old boy who gets taken into the past in order to prevent a crime from happening... it usually takes him back 5 minutes, but one day he goes 18 years into the past.

It makes you think 'What if?', but a lot of shows and things these days make us think about it in a 'shallow' manner. The anime explains this as if the 'What if?' disappears quickly after thinking about it - shedding more light onto the fact that things need to be better, including taking action when it's needed. The boy decided to make his course of life better after realisation, but the whole concept of this anime can be reflected upon us. In other words, we don't have this second chance sort of thing (most of us don't :p I believe), so it's best that we get it right the first time.

Things like this are met with: "it's okay to make mistakes." yet, that's a completely different situation. Making an honest mistake with the intention to move forward and get something right is getting it right from the beginning.

Don't wait... there's a world out here...
- teriyakkii_1203

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