No, but I think there is a lot to debate:
I think that while the character has not expressed it, doesn't mean that perhaps this was one desired outcome the first Three-Eyed Raven and/or the role's creator(s) intended to reach...
Jon Snow: I'm sorry I wasn't there for you when you needed me.
Brandon Stark: You were exactly where you were suppose to be.
The problem with everything relies on how one looks the universe of A Song of Ice & Fire, meaning that if you believe the series is set in some kind of predetermined universe with cycle cosmology, then all arguments become quite moot, because everything, including what Bran does or does not do, is destined to be so. There is also no indication that there are multiple time lines (branch off histories) either.
However, a cycle cosmology story may call into question the idea that perhaps there are times of more free will then others, hence the point of cycles "breaking" into a new. Although it just may be that there are cycles within cycles, but it may be that there is some kind of semantics on how a cycle gets started...
One debate about this one might have, relates to the notion of being able to see the future. We know some characters see things or hear things "in the flames" (R'hllor Priests/Priestesses) or have visions (Warlocks/House of the Undying) and may or may not interpret their visions accurately. With Bran or any 3ER, we don't know if they can see into the future or if so, how far, or if there is any part of the future that is unfolding vs having already been written (see Hodor's Paradox)????
The other issue relies on what the real goal of both A Game of Thrones was vs the origins of the first 3ER (because the 3ERs are like an ongoing collective of reincarnates themselves).
For instance, when I watch 8.03 & 8.04 I saw a lot of fantasy subversion by sidelining a certain aspect of the mythology (The Night King/WW), which I thought because the far past was not consciously realized by certain characters, meant humanity was doomed and eternally lost...
But then I started to think about Jon's dialogue in the back half of this story; a few times his arguments have been about letting go of the past by omitting "sins of the father" and not being beheld to cultural traditions. Jon Snow is a character who did not let his heritage dictate all of his feelings over his own identity, even though I think he was tempted to do so on a couple of occasions...
So my theory is based loosely on what Bran said about The Night King coming after many a 3ER. Each time the 3ER was able to defeat the Night King, but not destroy him and this caused a kind of time reset (from the events of Age of Heroes) that was always meant to be reenacted (The Azor Ahai Prophecy) in order to "break" a cycle the Children of the Forest had started. But each reset caused the original events to "manifest" more and more. So what we witnessed was a time where the prophecy was finally fulfilled/reenacted, but somewhat out of order and with variation.
Jon's love for Dany was about denying himself the power of this unexplained love (The love Azor had for his wife, Nissa Nissa). His repression is what broke the cycle into a new. So I'm thinking Azor's love for Nissa Nissa is what caused everything with The Night King/The Long Night to happen in the first place, and the reason Azor is written or thought of as a hero, is simply because he tried to redeem himself (a sort of Jaime-like character) by saving humanity, but really it was his fault. His love made him blind and maybe power hungry.
"You Know Nothing, Jon Snow" = Sometimes Ignorance is Bliss + almost no one has all of the answers...
So perhaps then the 3ERs kept telling various reincarnates the secret truth about the past. The truth about whom they once were in another life and this lead to failure every time, until a time where one 3ER decided not to tell. And this all lead to a group of people ruling that had the best intent (say for Bronn)! And whose to say that Bran wouldn't put his knowledge to good use now, because after all, he made his first "promise" and, to his credit, none of the characters ever really asked him/pushed hard for answers either...
I think if we are going to get anymore answers, it will either be in Bran's final chapters in a Dream of Spring and the Prequel Long Night/Bloodmoon TV series
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