“A man is not old until his regrets take the place of his dreams.” ~ Yiddish Proverb
A few days ago I wrote about the importance in preplanning for end-of-life needs, be they our own or for a loved one. If you glanced over the post and moved on, be advised: I am revisiting the subject, from a different perspective.
For your consideration, here is a link that lists the Top 37 Things Dying People Say They Regret. My simple invitation is for you to take three minutes to scroll through this compilation.
Part I of the challenge is (I know, this may be difficult for some) to choose one of the regrets listed – that you will commit to not having in your life. Or… perhaps you are aware of another regret that you want to ensure does not manifest.
Part II is to share (in comments, if you are comfortable) why you are choosing to brighten your life by eliminating the risk of that regret.
It is my hope that this exercise creates a bit of positive awareness and makes you feel good.