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    that make people question their own lives. Morrie teaches people life lessons by living a life without regrets, don’t hide the emotions but show it and to forgive one another before time runs out. Morrie teaches to live a life without regrets.His opinion on this is that people should not live with any regrets that may cause barriers keeping them from enjoying their life. Morrie quotes ”This culture encourages you to think about regrets until you’re about to die,you need someone to probe you in the

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    “What my lips have kissed, and where, and why” is a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay, it was written way ahead of its time because it talks about a very promiscuous woman in a time where women were supposed to be submissive to their husbands. The poem involves a speaker who is recalling her past experiences with men. Towards the end of the poem the speaker starts to feel regret because she is getting old and cannot participate in these activities anymore. Edna St. Vincent Millay’s, “What my lips have

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    “Things without all remedy should be done without regard; what’s done is done” This quote nicely captures our cultural unquestioned belief about regret that states that lamenting what has already occurred is foolish and that it is better to simply move on and forward. The initial thought when hearing this quote is that it is an admirable philosophy that people should follow, however, that is until I tell you who said it and in what context. This quote was spoken by Lady Macbeth convincing her husband

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    Moving Forward I’ve often experienced feelings of regrets because of risks I have taken or not taken and words I have said or left unsaid. I sometimes think about how I will deal with these in my future life and how I will cope with grief and other emotions as I grow older. In her book, Option B, author Sheryl Sandberg helps me deal with moments like these. She states, “Of the hundreds of answers, most had one thing in common: the majority of regrets were about failure to act, not actions that failed

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    Should We Live Your Life?

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    Living Life to the Fullest - The 7 Regrets You Never Want to Have By Dr. Shauntel Peak-Jimenez | Submitted On October 26, 2011 Recommend Article Article Comments Print Article Share this article on Facebook 1 Share this article on Twitter 1 Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon 1 Share this article on Delicious Share this article on Digg 1 Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest Expert Author Dr. Shauntel Peak-Jimenez

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    but others as well. Morrie deeply believed that before death of a person, they needed to forgive themselves and others while they still had the chance before you regretted it. “Forgive yourself before you die. Then forgive others”(Albom 164). In my opinion, Morrie is right and this is possibly one of the most important lessons a person can learn. People need to learn to forgive themselves so they can rest in peace knowing that they are not a negligent person for what they did and to know it is

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    talking to a old college student and eventually starts doing a talk show where basically Morrie teaches about his life and tried to show others how to live a good life. In the memoir Tuesdays with Morrie, Morrie teaches people to love and concern for family. He also teaches that money and objects are not everything, and last but not least, he teaches how people should not have regrets. Morrie teaches people to love and concern for family. As

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    Living a life of regrets is not expectable in "To His Coy Mistress" it is considered not living a life at all. The speaker reminds me of my boyfriend, Morgan. They both speak the same language except the speaker comes from lust and Morgan comes from love. He constantly advises me to make the most of the present and give little thought to the future. Creating the relationship I have with him is a decision I will never regret. Andrew Marvell demonstrates in "To His Coy Mistress" that the influences

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    important to my family and religious values, I do not follow through with it. My mind drifts off to think about the past and the future, and scenarios of what would’ve happened if some events in my life were different. In parallel worlds, I might not be living in Markham, have met my current friends, or have the same interests as I do now. You could say that the events that have happened are fate--if you believe in that--but in my opinion where we are now, is influenced by our regrets, significant

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    full of life-learned wisdom, and this bit of advice is ringing so true to me right now! I'm human. I'm not perfect. I'm going to do things wrong and make bad choices. Of course, that's not an excuse to go out and make bad choice after bad choice. I want to learn from my mistakes and not repeat them. But, some lessons are harder to learn than others. So, I need to practice self-forgiveness, go forward with the conviction that I won't make the same mistake twice, and then do everything in my power to

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