Thursday, November 20, 2014
Passion Party #533 - The Biggest Regret
Life is short, a moment in time
and so you must grab the moments as they come.
A life lived to the fullest
will have few regrets.
There may be a wonder about
where other paths may have led,
but I have no regrets for where I am
or what I should have been.
I stopped "shoulding" on myself a long time ago.
My biggest regret
is that my Dad died in 1989, 25 years ago,
and I never got to tell him how much I really loved him.
There was a lot of pain and misunderstanding in our relationship.
I was the estranged son,
living 3000 miles away,
fumbling about, trying to find myself.
It was not until many years after he died that I learned the lessons he was trying to teach me.
Tell the people around you that you love them.Life is short, a moment in time.
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