Are you content or if you had the oppurtunity to change something what would it be?
I need to love myself more, been very nice so far, a little loving to myself more is needed,
I dont want to change a thing in my past, i just need to do things and not be scared of consequences at times..
No, I have not taken advantage of opportunities in my life, nor do I regret any action I've taken. Therefore, I have nothing in my life, for which, I would want re-done.
Thank you for the question.
I GUESS THATS A MIND THAT LIVES WITHOT LOOKING BACK BUT, IM PREETY SURE YOU RECALL ME TIMES.
No my dear, that is a mind that absorb all knowledge is receives and translates the wisdom of it, before every night sleep. I review my day, in it's entirety, before I go to sleep. When I have awoken from my nights sleep, I will have learned what I needed from the day before and I move on. There is no past looking, because there is nothing to gain.
As for "But, Im preety sure you recall me times". If you're talking about reflecting on time I spend alone. I don't bother.
But, Thank you for the question.
no i am not fully content. if i had the opportunity to change something i would go back to school. i would love to teach and make a difference in a young person's life. i did that as a parent and found it extremely rewarding, but would like to do it on a grander scale.
Nah, nothing to change, it all had its time and place and meaning
I chase every opportunity that I feel passionate about. I am always one step closer to my dreams because of it. Live with no regrets. We don't always win, but you can't win if you don't play.
I generally work on the theory that I'm more likely to regret not having done something, than I am to regret having done something. I wouldn't say I have ever turned down something that life offered.
Do I have regrets? Sure, who doesn't? But not on that particular count.
Right now I have so many regrets. I am veeerrryyy far from content.
Use regret as a positive tool. Reflecting on mistakes can help you to ensure the same mistake is not made again, and that future decisions are better thought out. Mistakes are only a mistake if you dont learn from them.
try a little harder in an effort to have a dinner date with gwyneth paltrow...
CONTENT MEAN SATISFIED WETHER YOU REGRET OR NOT! EVERYTHING IS AN EXPERIENCE SOME GOOD SOME BAD BUT, ALL ARE NOT FORGOTTEN.SOMETIMES WE LOOK BACK AND LAUGH AT THE PAST AN SOMETIMES WE CRY BUT, EVERY MEMORY IS CHEERISH. KEEP IN MIND IF IT HAPPENED TO YOU, YOUR FORTUNATED
I wish I had pursued an EMT certification my first go-round in college.
Regretting what you did or did not do is pointless. It's over, life goes on. There is always something new to look forward to. If you do everything you want to do, what fun will the rest of your life be!
So no, I'm not content, and I hope I never am. I hope there is always something I want to try to do, learn and so on. I've got a ton of things I want to try and they all involve hot ladies,,,,,
That's a can of worms. I am doin fine for now, that's all I got to know
I can honestly say that I have, and been blessed with more than I deserve.
I guess,its a matter of how one handle things in life how one view failure and success,I have a lot of ups and been down several times but I can proudly say that I refuse to give up.
I probably would have been happier if I would have followed my dream and became a gigilo!
I regret lot of things in my life. I didn't give best of my efforts yet. Many of my friends and relatives telling me that i'm not using most of my skills and converting it into profit. I don't know what to say to this but i realized it to some extent that i have to get most of my life. Be it from despair or happiness, want to take most of out of everything that is out there and connected to me in some way.
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