Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by texasmade3, Apr 4, 2007.
in your life, what would it be? any regret that could be gone
Ok, I realize that everything we go through in our lives is what makes us who we are.
That being said, I would NEVER have gotten involved with this girl in high school that got pregnant and had everyone believing it was mine.
Turned out ok in the end, but that was not a fun thing to deal with.
I've made lots of mistakes, like every other human on earth... but regretting them is silly....... just let it be. I would have never grown and matured as much as I have if I wouldn't have made those mistakes. Taking something back would change the person I am today, and I wouldn't want that... I love myself too much.
I would not have eaten the brown acid.
Sorry I can't help myself.
Haha... I lie. But I'm not telling!
There are people who I hurt, but didn't mean to.
I'd take that back, if I had only one thing.
theres some things i'd change...nothing in the far past...more so in the recent past (1-2 years)
but i wouldn't have learned anything if i did go back and change...so life is what it is and i'll just keep on moving along, trying to make the best decisions for myself as i go
I would have given myself a mother
I wish I didn't waste so much time thinking about my regrets....
I don't think about mine because it's rather pointless. What are you going to do, go back in time? All you can deal with is the now, which creates the future so that's all that is worth worrying about.
not sleeping with alex. i mean, i learned what i needed to learn from him before i slept with him, and ended it afterwards, i could adone without that one lousy mornin glay, without that one more notch on my bedpost
This song made me listen to Finger Eleven's "one thing". Good song, I don't regret listening to it.
I guess if I HAD to choose something. There might be a one night stand or two that I would regret. But then again.....good times right?
i could name many things i'd like to change
but one of the most important lessons life itself has given me is "never regret"
and that would definately be regretting...
well if there were any way i could have hitched to canada instead of joining the air force, married connie instead of going to oregon, or bought a piece of land instead of that stupid boat, but even looking back, i don't see how i could have done other then i did, even knowing what i do now.
and i wouldn't have traded the summer i spent on a (geological) drill rig out in the outback of nevada for anything in the world.
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