My 2019 Message

One thing I’ve reflected on heavily in the beginning days of 2019 has been the aspect of regret, and missed opportunities.

We oftentimes take things for granted; people, opportunities, even material things. We think that people will always be there, that opportunities for growth and positivity will always come our way. We take our journeys through life, and sometimes we anticipate that everything will always go smoothly; however, the fact of the matter is we have to expect that life has a trajectory that we all are unknowing.

I have to say that while I haven’t experienced very many tragedies or traumatic experiences in my life, and I’m grateful for that, there are some that I do have regret. If the tables were turned and things were different, there are situations that I would have ensured I had done differently.

These experiences have taught me to never take opportunities for granted. If you love someone and feel the need to say it, then say it. If you want to do something that’s in your power to do, then do it. If you need to say something, then say it.

Never live with regrets. Try hard to live life without having too many “I should have” and “I wish I did” moments. Take advantage of the good things life gives and take the bad moments as learning situations.

That’s the message I’m taking through 2019.

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If I Knew Now, What I Knew Then….

What do I regret? How can I deal with this?

I’ve actually been thinking about this question for a while now; I even skipped it and came back to it, and I still really don’t have an answer. I don’t really have anything I regret in life; and that’s really how I choose to live, with no regrets.

I’ve always been like this; if I make a decision, I learn to become comfortable with that decision. I don’t have any regrets about decisions I’ve made. I can’t think of anything I have been truly regretful for in my life, which in my opinion is a good thing, because it means I’ve done things with the best intentions and with a clear mind and clear decision.