How To Live Without Regrets
Live without regrets
What we learn from the afterlife
I read something recently that had a profound effect on how I think, “live every day as if it’s your last”.
There’s something about that expression that scared me for a bit. Who wants to think about that?
But later, when I was stressing about my internet connection and rushing to get off the phone with a dear friend just to do more work, it gave me pause. I stopped to consider, what really matters in the grand scheme of things?
Now, I remind myself each day: Your life is not a dress rehearsal. You want to make the most of every precious moment.
That means never going to bed angry or stressing the small stuff. It means letting go of the past and taking courageous steps to create a meaningful future. And most importantly, it means loving the people around you.
There are people in your life who are not always perfect. YOU are not always perfect, and nobody ever is. If you hold onto blame, guilt or shame, it keeps you from allowing more love into your heart. Forgiveness is a powerful thing. Learn to live without regrets.
Seize the day!
My friend Necole Stephens has been a wonderful role model for me. She is a spiritual medium that communicates with loved ones on the Other Side. Her amazing messages from the dearly departed are emphatic about teaching us how to live our lives more joyfully.
I learned from her how to seize every day as a gift. You don’t want to wait until it’s too late to do live your passions, spend quality time with the people in your life, and enjoy your life RIGHT NOW.
Don’t wait another moment to savor your life. Listen to the words of the great immortal George Bernard Shaw, “I want to be all used up when I die.”
Now get off the computer and live it up!