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Liberté in Yesterday

Regret. Not a fun topic! It's on my mind today. Perhaps the frigid wind shocked me into the present moment, stabbing its silvery swords at me this morning, saying "past, move over for my icy unrelenting breath into your bones!" Regret is a part of being human. The tendency to hold on to what has been, is woven in to the very fabric of our humanness. I've done it, but I don't want to live with a cloud of mistakes hanging over my head. As I jogged today through patches of sun and shade in the bitter spurt of cold, finally living proof of wintertime in Louisiana, I desired to create something beautiful from the memories of a few disappointments of mine.

These thoughts intertwined with an article entitled "Prisoners of their Heritage," in which Ronald C. Rosbottom describes Jonathan Fenby's book "France: A Modern History from the Revolution to the War on Terror," which discusses France as a country that has become imprisoned in its past. It i…

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