The only tragedy in life is Regret

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Author: Kevin Baker @ 02/15/09 - 02:16 am

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Do not hesitate on the path you know. The result of ignoring this pull is true regret and may amount to the greatest tragedy of your life. When you feel challenged and herded towards a path or goal, do not fight yourself or for the rest of all time you will experience the only emotion no human can ignore.

We all have a path to follow. We all have free will. So the responsibility is completely on us to find, identify and follow what is to be our life path. How you define this is the result of your free will and on the dawning of your departure from this planet, what you chose and why will matter. Hopefully not more then you realized when choosing it.

When the messages of circumstance actually herd you towards a destination. Follow the pull.

When dreams recur repeatedly until you focus and act on them. Follow the pull.

As the people you meet in life do add that bit of knowledge through well placed hints. Follow the pull.

Our life challenge is revealed for us to choose. Follow the pull.

Contribute to the quality of life to those who walk after you. They are your future :)

Regret in meaning need not be explained. We all know what it is in theory. It is a tragedy should you have to understand what it is to experience.

Choose your path by analyzing the motivations of your choices. Make no mistake what you sow , so shall you reap.

Before you end up with that emotion that crashes any human to the earth with lightning speed. The emotion no human can ignore and remain sane, HELPLESSNESS, follow the pull.

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