When riding a train and choosing your seat you always have just two possibilities: Watching what you leave behind or focusing on what is lying ahead of you.
You will have to choose.
If you don’t decide and just stare out of the window to your side, you won’t see anything clearly. Just a landscape rushing past you.
This is a metaphor to life: you can’t stare at the past and focus on your future at once. You have to make a decision, look back or look at what awaits you. If you don’t choose, life will just pass you without you being able to focus on anything.
So choose – and choose whisley.