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Unformatted text preview: I think the latter part of the statement is very true because in most important decisions, you will not see the benefit or the costs of that decision. Most times that you will immediately see the cost or benefit is when it is a trivial decision; choices such as going to college or buying a house both benefits or costs that you will see in the future. Additionally, people cannot change the past. I am sure that some people would love to do certain things over if they could, but life does not work that way, so it is important to learn from ones mistakes and do better in the future. This goes along with decisions made, if you make poor mistakes in the past, it is important to realize bad decisions made and make better ones in the future,...
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