I don't care about the destiny, it is what we do and learn along the journey that matters most.
Not sure what you're saying, but I will (assume) your question is eluding to that "No matter what your path is, you'll reach your destiny." I am not sure this is entirely true. The prodigal ways we travel, I feel leed us to nowhere, unless we return back to the correct path. Rite of passage, so to speak.
It's often better to do the wrong thing soon enough than the right thing too late.
if you're not dead, it didn't.
No matter what path you chose, it will never take you to destiny. It is the destiny that puts you on right or wrong path.
Oh, it can be a detour for some. A better path than others.<br />
I believe that it is a lot like taking the longer route to get where you would like to go.
there's no such thing as wrong path or destiny if you ask me.
yup. I base my beliefs and attitudes on the physical world. life is what you make of it, and there's no such thing as right or wrong, there's just different ways of living. except in the moral sense of course, but even those vary between individuals – for example some conservative christians say that being gay is sinful, while to others it's completely okay.