I regret trusting The Guardian. I didn’t want to do an interview, but the journalist was persistent. [The writer] was masked as a fan, but was hiding sinister ambitions and angles. Maybe he’s actually the boring one looking for something interesting to write about.
I rest in the light of forgiveness. I forgive myself and others for that which is done (and better left undone) and also that which is not done (and better if done). I give myself permission to enjoy this moment without guilt. I freely release all uncertainty, regret, and fear.
Live with intention. Walk to the edge. Listen hard. Practice wellness. Play with abandon. Laugh. Choose with no regret. Appreciate your friends. Continue to learn. Do what you love. Live as if this is all there is.
Choose with no regret.
I’d never understood the injunction not to regret anything, couldn’t see how that wasn’t cowardice.
No simple word<br>That shall be uttered at our mirthful board,<br>Shall make us sad next morning; or affright<br>The liberty that we’ll enjoy to-night.
Trailer for sale or rent, rooms to let, fifty cents. No phone, no pool, no pets, ain’t got no big regrets. Two hours of pushin’ broom, buys an eight by twelve, four-bit room. I’m a man of means, by no means, king of the road.
The world doesn’t go around on love between men and women. Lovers get very little done. But friends do. When you are past middle life – and I hope you have the rich experience of love along the way – don’t think everything is all over. Don’t regret the vanished cocktail when the stuffed turkey is about to come in. Flip out your napkin and bite into it! Friends you can gather around you in the later years of life are worth the whole thing.
If things are tough, remember that every flower that ever bloomed had to go through a whole lot of dirt to get there. The almighty Father will use life’s reverses to move you forward. So do not keep grieving about a bitter experience. The present is slipping by while you are regretting the past and worrying about the future. Regret will not prevent tomorrow’s sorrows; it will only rob today of its strength.
Forgiveness is a stunning principle, your ticket out of hate and fear and chaos. … I know what regret feels like; I’ve earned my credentials. But I also know what forgiveness feels like, because God has so graciously forgiven me.
When I look back on the stuff I used to wear, I wonder why somebody didn’t try to stop me. Just a friendly warning, "You may regret this," would have been fine.
Here I am, safely returned over those peaks from a journey far more beautiful and strange than anything I had hoped for or imagined – how is it that this safe return brings such regret?
While I have some regrets that this is my last opportunity to deliver a State of the State address, I appreciate and am humbled by the opportunities this great state has given me.
Falsity cannot keep an idea from being beautiful; there are certain errors of such ingenuity that one could regret their not ranking among the achievements of the human mind.