::Side track from my actual projects::
This has got me thinking about my life.
The top 5 regrets people had on their deathbeds.
1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.
2. I wish I didn’t work so hard.
3. I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings.
4. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends.
5. I wish that I had let myself be happier.
I try to life my life with no regrets, one that is true to myself and I think I did a pretty good job.
I try my best to enjoy myself, but I feel as if I've accomplished nothing, or very little.
I can make a small list of things probably only I have experience/can do that makes me unique, but that doesn't make me feel better. It actually makes me feel worst because I think of all these other unaccomplished people..
Reading that article, I feel even now,
that I have failed to have the courage to live the life true to myself,
how I stupidly worked so hard on things that didn't matter, and was how I'm not working hard enough of things that does, but I don't really 'regret it' all these mistakes that I've made, if I had the opportunity to stop myself from doing it in the past, I wouldn't because of all the valuable lessons, I got out of it (maybe not the motorcycle accident, but I learned my lesson!)
Even now, I do not have the courage to express most of my feelings, somethings it's a bit crippling, but not 'regrettable'
I've let so many of my friends fall out of touch, but I feel as there are reasons, so no regret here.
But I don't feel I keep myself from being happy, I just feel happiness is hard to come by for me..
All this, and I've only had the opportunity to live this life for 20 years.
"My life might suck/be awesome, but I'm still unsatisfied"
I'd love to hear how you guys deal with regrets. Got any stories about your regrets? Share them in the comments, If you guys are interested tell me, and I'll share some of mine.