Yes, I regret that I did not stay true to Jesus after He saved me. I could have saved a lot of heartache for myself and others. I am so glad that Jesus took me back when I repented and that I now try to reach others lives to avoid the mistakes I made.I pray that the poems I put on here will touch some needy hearts...I may never know but I feel that God gives them to me for that reason.
Good question--but hard to answer because I want to see that even my mistakes can be/have been used for good, in the big picture of life! I'm not sure how I would have done it a better way, but now that I have my school loan bills, I wish I would have found a way to get my BA and MS for MUCH cheaper! I feel I'd be so much more free in financial decisions if I didn't have this debt looming over my head. Oh man--it's depressing to think about. But that's my answer!
Regret is a strong word. I wonder. I wonder what would have happened if I had done x y or z instead of a b and c... but never regret, as I like being who I am, whom I would not be without my past exactly the way it is!
Well I haven't lived that long yet but I do regret not joining any sports teams in high school and for choosing some of the friends that I did back in the day. Good thing I'm older and wiser now lol.
well i dont feel that i regret anything, maybe i am enjoying my life too much
I have no regrets about my life choices It has been proven that if one was to live their lives all over again, they would most likely respond to stimuli in the same manner because the upbringing would not have been any different.
Often people think that it is the education and experience learned in life that would cause them to make different decisions. However unless one is able to become a new person from the start within a totally different environment, most likely the same life choices would have been made.
I do not regret actions because at that time what was thought best in collusion with circumstances was done. As far as apologies are concerned, when one has done the best that they can do with what they have to work with, there is no need to apologize.
Instead it is best to continue to learn from any downfalls and continue to move on having survived what could have been a regrettable apologetic experience.
I guess that is why Frank Sinatra said he did it his way.
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