Being a decidedly belt and braces person (though I wear neither) I am always in favour of an escape route. Or two.
Yes, trying not to burn bridges is a good policy, I reckon, even if sometimes the temptation to go back is best avoided. Ah well... maybe we don't really have freewill anyway... It is what it is and we are what we are... but did we have to be?
I was pondering about one of the many possible answers.I repeat: many . . .While pondering I was aware your question could be meant as an essential one.So, yes. Sometimes we need to force ourselves onward! Most bridges are worth not be destroyed, though. For several reasons.
We can never really go back anyway, Sean. But nothing essential really. Just idle pondering.
It is always best to leave our options open!
Not necessary. Go one step, turn back and look. It's already gone!
If a bridge no longer serves it's purpose, unless it is exceptionally beautiful, I would destroy it.
The problem is knowing if it would be better to leave the possibility to go back open though, or to remove it from temptation, although we never can really go back anyway, but we can restart, each morning, I hope.
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