The 5 Top Regrets of the Dying

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Hiya,

One of my Ponders group sent me this a while back and it’s a real show stopper…

The 5 Top Regrets of the Dying

1. I wish I had courageously lived a life true to myself and not one that others expected of me.

2. I wish I had not spent all my life working

3. If only I had gained courage to express how I felt.

4. I wish I had remained in touch with my friends

5. If only I had allowed happiness into my life

 

To read the entire article about the palliative nurse Bronnie Ware go here: http://bit.ly/16X5cLK

(Thanks again for the headsup Louisa)

 

Strive to thrive

Stu

🙂

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10 Comments

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10 responses to “The 5 Top Regrets of the Dying

  1. This is thought provoking.

  2. Sandy

    I would have liked to share this on Facebook bit i don’t get the option… Just a bit of feedback, not sure if you can change this , but pretty sure it would get far more publicity if i could do this Think you are an inspiration well done 🙂 x

    Sent from my iPhone

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    • Hi Sandy, I’m glad you found it inspiring. You can share on Facebook by copying and pasting the url web address – I’m not sure how to add the FB app to the blog posts here. 🙂

  3. as we age we definitely start thinking of things we wished we had done…I would never be able to do all I think about…but, I am trying to accomplish some!…and I can LIVE with that!

  4. Kathy Waller

    Reblogged this on To write is to write is to write and commented:
    Thanks to the Change Your Life blog for this post. Something to think about and to act on.

  5. Nothing about losing weight… Telling.

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