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‘Too late for a comeback – but I still have that itch

As I sit at my desk, staring at the blank screen in front of me, I can’t help but feel a sense of frustration and disappointment. For years, I’ve had this dream of making a comeback – of returning to a passion or pursuit that I once loved, but had let slip away due to the demands of life and responsibilities.

But now, as I approach middle age and look back on the years that have passed, I can’t help but wonder if it’s too late. Have I missed my chance? Is it foolish to even try at this point?

Despite the doubts and fears that plague my mind, there is still a part of me that aches to give it a try – to throw caution to the wind and see where it takes me. I can’t shake the feeling that there is something unfinished, something unfulfilled, that I need to address before I can truly move on.

But where do I even begin? How do I start something that I’ve been away from for so long? And what if I fail? What if, despite my best efforts, I can’t regain the skills and capabilities that I once had?

These are all valid concerns, and ones that I’ve grappled with on a daily basis. But despite the fear and uncertainty, I still can’t shake the feeling that I need to at least try. I may not be as young or as capable as I once was, but I still have a fire burning inside of me – a desire to pursue my passions and make a positive impact on the world.

So I’m taking a chance. I’m putting aside my doubts and fears and giving it a try – even if it means facing setbacks and failures along the way. I know that it won’t be easy, and that there will be days when I feel like giving up. But I also know that the reward of chasing my dreams – of finding that sense of purpose and fulfillment that has eluded me for so long – is worth the risk.

I may never know if it’s too late for a comeback, but I’m willing to give it a shot. And who knows? Maybe, just maybe, I’ll find that the road to redemption is not as steep as I thought.

3 Replies to “‘Too late for a comeback – but I still have that itch”

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