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No Regrets

I have a confession to make. I’ve always said that I wanted to live my life with no regrets. Regretfully, I’ve lived too long for that to happen. I won’t get do-overs for bygone regrets, but I’m still breathing, so I know there’s still time to cut my losses.   In 2012 Bronnie Ware wrote  The Top Five Regrets of the Dying , which she gathered while giving palliative care to those at the end of their long lives. I share these with you today, along with some of the ways I think we can redeem these potential regrets of tomorrow for relief today.   5. I wish I would have let myself be happier. Always remember that happiness is a choice. So, make that choice for yourself today.   4. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends. There's no time like the present. Today, getting in touch with an old friend will get you in touch with joy.   3. I wish I would have had the courage to express my feelings. That's difficult for many of us. However, you don't have to share your feelin

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