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Author: runedot
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I wrote this in my journal, and then thought, 'Hey, why don't I submit it?' And here it is.


It always seems that people are looking back (metaphorically speaking) and regretting.
Regretting what they have done, and regretting what they didn't.
Always regretting.
Also it seems that people are hesitant to do things becuase of possibly regretting doing it, so they don't do it, it seems like a good option, but really, later on they'll regret not doing it...
So in that sense, they'll be regretting it whether they do it or not, and I think that it's better to haev done and regretted, rather than not done and regretting; assuming of course that the deed doesn't do something horrifying, like resulting in getting a broken neck, or possibly killing someone.
That, is a no no.

Submitted on 2004-06-30 04:46:15     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Ok, This is intresting. I think that it's somewhat true though. We are always going to have regrets, no matter how hard we try not to. they are there. There is no getting away from them. I do think this is a good thought though.

| Posted on 2004-06-30 00:00:00 | by LightInTheDark | [ Reply to This ]
  I think what you are saying is a re write of the Nike slogan, "just do it"
I also think that if we plan ahead, long and short term, we will get much more done, and have much less to regret. Both less to regret for doing poorly and less to regret for never doing at all.
and I don't regret telling you so.
| Posted on 2004-06-30 00:00:00 | by Sandburg | [ Reply to This ]

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