There’s no “not” in my biggest regret. Is that a good thing?
If it was any one else, I would say, “Good for you.” But it’s not. It’s you. So I will say “Uh….” advisedly.
It’s all in how it’s worded, I guess. I could frame it as a negative.
I don’t regret watching, “Better Call Saul” last night. ;-)
Love that show.
I don’t regret watching it this morning!
I noticed how young those people are in the video. They have plenty of time to make up for regrets. I regret getting older. And, other things. You?
Probably I regret not taking more chances, but I’m young yet and could always change my ways. I fall into the category of regretting the nots more than the things I did.
This could get interesting – taking more chances. It’s probably useful to ponder the question: If there were no barriers, what would you do?
I don’t even know how to think that way, embracing as I do the boundaries.
Too many to list, about half “dids” and half “didn’t s”. The roads not taken. I envy people who knew by age 12 what they wanted to do with their lives, and then went out and did it. I was never that focused and never had a long term plan. My only plan was go to college, get a job, leave Texas. The first two goals were implanted by my family, the third one was all mine.
See, I knew precisely what I wanted to do even younger than 12. Now I wonder what I might have missed, being so focused and stuff. Weird, huh?
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