Wishes, regrets and humans

We only live one time and we don’t act like it.

Ask the next old person you see this: “Tell me about your life.”

And chances are, almost all of them, every single one of them, is going to start with
“I wish…”

They all wished.

They wished they worked harder.

They wished they spent more time with their families.

They wished they didn’t listen to their parents and did what they wanted to do.

They wished. They wished. They wished.

The biggest poison inside us is regret.

And all the excuses you tell yourself for those regrets, are just excuses.

If anybody ever did it, then you can do it too.

It’s that simple.

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