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No Regrets!

Have you ever considered living a life with no regrets? What an exciting quest this would be. I have lived many years and have accumulated many regrets.

Regrets in life are the feelings of disappointment, sorrow, or remorse that arise when I look back on past decisions or actions and wish I had chosen differently.

Regrets can create a burden of "what ifs" and "should haves," which may hinder my ability to embrace the present and move forward in life fully. However, regrets can also serve as valuable lessons, prompting self-reflection and offering insights that guide future decision-making.

By acknowledging regrets, I can strive to make amends, take proactive steps toward desired goals, and make choices aligned with my values and aspirations.

I have found work that isn't work at all, but doing what fulfills my soul. Work-life balance has been difficult because of my passion for it. My dad taught me to be an excellent worker, energetic, and unafraid to take on more significant projects. Thanks, Dad.

As for spirituality, I have found that God's word is the best playbook for destiny. I marvel over God's creation in nature. I have become more thankful daily for those who have gone before me and influenced my path to follow Him. Thanks, Mom.

My spiritual beliefs have allowed me to find calm in times of uncertainty and guidance in times of peril.

Today I hang out in "the fourth quarter." Who knows, it may be the "two-minute warning."

I am grateful that I have been given this life and humbly pray for those who suffer. I want to look back with a heart full of contentment. I have experienced the depths of love, achieved professional fulfillment, and cultivated meaningful relationships, all of which have nourished my soul.

I want to live a life with no more regrets.

I choose to be surrounded by loved ones and to leave a lasting legacy of love, inspiration, and fulfillment. I want to show others that it is possible to reach the finish line of life with no regrets by embracing the beauty of life we have all been given.

How about you? Your legacy is being lived out today. How are you doing with regrets?

Watch for the blind spots.

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