What Do You Regret?

July 18, 2011

I read a study about what people regret when they are faced with their own mortality. At the end of the string of their days they were asked what they wish they had done differently.

The most common regret?

That they had not taken more risks.  

What are we afraid of? Why don’t we reach for the brass ring, try something magnificent. So what if we fail? At the end of our days we may regret we failed,  but at least we won’t  regret we didn’t try, and wonder what the outcome might have been.


Categories: Sunday - Carte Blanche.

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