Top Five Regrets of the Dying

Bronnie Ware, an Australian nurse who spent several years caring for patients during the last 12 weeks of their lives, routinely asked her patients about “any regrets they had or anything they would do differently.”

How about you?? Which one would you be wishing you had done or would it be all of them like me??  Then what or how do you change life so you aren’t wishing one or all these are “wishes” at the end?

Well, since finding these I have been making lists of things I can do to achieve them… some of them are hard because it requires more digging within one self such as the 1st one on the list  — whom am I?? If I don’t know who I am then how do I live true to my self?? Of how can I go about achieve them without losing the financial security of a roof, food etc.

It’s interesting how a list such as above can be so thought provoking..

What are your thoughts?? Are you living to the fullest, truest aspect of yourself??



Good list….


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I ask because I truly want to know what is truly going on..I care and want to help if needed…


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10 Choices You Will Regret in 10 Years

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10 Guideposts for Wholehearted Living

From Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and  Lead by Brene Brown

1. Cultivating Authenticity: Letting Go of What People Think

2. Cultivating Self‐Compassion: Letting Go of Perfectionism

3. Cultivating a Resilient Spirit: Letting Go of Numbing and Powerlessness

4. Cultivating Gratitude and Joy: Letting Go of Scarcity and Fear of the Dark

5. Cultivating Intuition and Trusting Faith: Letting Go of the Need for  Certainty

6. Cultivating Creativity: Letting Go of Comparison

7. Cultivating Play and Rest: Letting Go of Exhaustion as a Status Symbol and  Productivity as Self‐Worth

8. Cultivating Calm and Stillness: Letting Go of Anxiety as a Lifestyle

9. Cultivating Meaningful Work: Letting Go of Self‐Doubt and “Supposed To”

10. Cultivating Laughter, Song, and Dance: Letting Go of Being Cool and  “Always in Control”