A: I wish so much that I could start all over again.
B: Maybe you did, start all over again. You just don't know it.
A: But if I did, it wouldn't be this screwed up. I'll correct all the mistakes I ever made. Make everything okay again.
B: You can only do that if you have the memory of your previous life with you. If you truly start all over again, how can you even hold such a memory? You can't.
A: Fine. So let's say, God is a little unfair, gives me a little advantage and allows me to remember the life I used to lead while giving me the chance to lead a new one!
B: What makes you think in your new life, you won't make new mistakes?
A: I won't. Let's say, I'm smart enough not to make a single new mistake. Let's say I do everything perfectly, make it exactly the way I want it to be.
B: What makes you think that other people won't make mistakes, won't react to those perfect actions or words you say in drastically unforeseen ways, won't screw your new life up for you? Even if you can control every thought and movement you make, you can never control other people's.
A: Let's say, I can. I would be...
B: -God. You would be God.
A: Yes, yes. That would be nice.
B: What kind of world would that be?
A: A fair one. A good one. I am nice.
B: God thinks he is nice too.
A: What if I'm better?
B: Better than God?
B: Everybody says that. Everybody wants to be God.
A: No not everybody.
B: Even if it's only you, that's scary enough.
A: I don't care. I just want a better life.
B: Maybe you want more. Maybe that's the problem. Maybe you already have a good life. You just don't know it.
A: Oh no, no no no, I'm pretty sure I would know it. A good life is a good life. No denying it.
B: How would you know whether or not it's a good life?
A: Well, I don't...
B: -You don't know?
A: I... Oh forget it!
B: Yes that's what I thought. 'Forget it'.