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I have to say that I have no regrets about my decision to become a priest or about the major directions my ministry has taken me... I have been and am happy as a priest, and I have never been lonely... I could have used a bit more solitude.
I have no regrets about launching Salon. For the life of me, I can't imagine doing anything else.
You can have immediate regrets, but if you look at stuff and say, 'Things happen for a reason', there's a fatalistic thing about it. Something will happen that will justify it in some way.
I'm torn about late parenting. I believe people should spend their twenties living and having fun and not having any regrets later. I also think people in their thirties generally make better parents but so many of my friends are having trouble - myself included - as fathers get older.
I don't have many regrets. I regret mistakes, particularly those that damage other people, and we've all made some of those. But I'm not sad about change.
I don't have regrets of being an architect. You are looking continuously - to the leaves of the trees, the shapes of the cars, to the structures of the city, to the patterns of textiles - to find the reasons behind the forms. That is very rewarding. If you extend a profession like that to the entire history, it allows you to travel through time.
That's why I made decisions; they were tough decisions but we shouldn't feel bad at all - don't look back with any regrets, that's how I made decisions as governor.
I don't have any regrets. I consider myself really privileged to belong to medicine and do what I do. I would do it all again.
I dedicated my 20s, my passion and energy to the name 'Rain.' I always did my best, and I thought if I did, it would eventually show, and even if it didn't turn out well, I wouldn't have any regrets.
I feel that I've worked with a lot of interesting people, and I have no regrets. I'm just curious about what I might have done if I'd had people in my life then who did explain what the publicity game was.
I don't have any regrets about not having kids. I've just never had those maternal feelings. I am a nurturer by nature, but I nurture adults: my friends, the people I work with. I don't want to nurture children.
I do not allow myself vain regrets or foreboding.
Mary Boykin Chesnut
I don't want to die with regrets. I like living and experiencing and feeling the whole lot.
Everything I turn up to, I think I'm going to enjoy. I never look back, so I don't have regrets.
I have no regrets, except perhaps one: I should have tried harder to be a better actor.
Despite everything, I have few regrets. I have crammed a lot of living into my time.
If I didn't like someone, I wouldn't want him calling me up when I was dying. I wouldn't want them having regrets that they didn't talk to me.
What's my greatest fear? I don't know; I have lots of fears. Regret, I don't want to have any regrets; that makes me scared.
The follies which a man regrets the most in his life are those which he didn't commit when he had the opportunity.
I usually say I did the best I could with what I had. I have no major regrets.
I'm not really one for regrets.
Presidents make their hard decisions and then abide forever with their mistakes and regrets.
I have no regrets.
So often is the virgin sheet of paper more real than what one has to say, and so often one regrets having marred it.
I felt that I ostracized myself by my behavior, by the past, by living with all the regrets of my mistakes, that I sort of wore a hair shirt and beat myself up most of the day thinking and regretting why did I make such a mistake? Why have I made so many mistakes?
John F. Kennedy
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