If you could go back and change just one thing in your life, what would it be?
I could be wrong, but i believe that most people will avoid this question. I feel that way because the things we most want to change have usually led to embarrassing situations. For me, there is nothing I would change. I would not have said that a couple of years ago, but I have since come to the realization that my life is exactly as it should be. I am good with that.
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