Regret leads to sadness, sadness leads to anger, anger leads to blame, blame leads to judgment, judgment leads to thoughts of revenge.
A mind filled with thoughts of revenge is a cruel prison.
Living with regrets is a waste of time and energy. We all make mistakes and that's what makes us who we are today. What has happened has happened .. it's no point going back there in your mind since some things cannot be changed. Past is past. Future is future. Present is a gift. Live your life... enjoy yourself everyday you live. Help someone in need. Forgive and forget. Care and appreciate.
My only regret is that I did not have enough hours with my parents.
They did not have the chance of enjoying their old age as we are now all grown up and can support them.
It is always regretful that our lives span are too short for us children to let our parents to enjoy when we can afford to do so.
Sure, I have regrets but I don't spend any time thinking about them. I cannot change the past but undoubtedly there are things I would have done different if I had the knowledge of the consequences beforehand.
No, I think we dont have enough to time to live our life with regrets, rather learn from the past and move on....
I have loads of regrets but im learning the more i dwell on them the more they make me feel depressed and sad. I cannot change what i have said or done i just have to learn by my mistakes and try my hardest to move on.. Life is too short i guess you got to make the most of what you got while you can. x
No regrets; but given the opportunites for do-overs, there are a few things that I would do differently.
You do not get to be my age, without wishing, you had known more, done more, or said less.........
Yes, there are regrets, but even the worst of them are not paralyzing.
I am simply wiser, now.
IF, I could go back, there are some instances that I would like handle differently.
But I simply can not, so, I just keeping going forward, hoping someone, somewhere, will be open to the benefit of my hard learned lessons.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
What do you regret doing. If you could change that regret, what would you have done differently to have a better and/or more stressfree life.
by Billie Kelpin 5 years ago
What are NON-Religious strategies for coping with "the things you can't change"?We all know the serenity prayer asking for the serenity to accept the things you can't change, the courage to change the things you can, and the wisdom to know the difference. We can read volumes as to...
by YvetteParker 6 years ago
What are some things that you are unhappy about that you cannot change?
by H C Palting 6 years ago
Why do people not want to hear the truth or reality, even when stated in a tactful or pc manner?
by Ariesf 7 years ago
Does future planning leads to frustration in present living?I think, enjoy the moments we are in rather than always thinking and planning for future, because life is valuable and short too.
by Kenneth C Agudo 5 years ago
Are you living the life that you can be proud of?I am just curious about others opinion and ideas. I want to hear others perspective in life the way they look life and live
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