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    Default If you were to die right now

    Would you have any regrets?

    Is there anything you would be proud that you did?

    I'll understand if this thread gets no replies.

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    Those are great questions. I plan to come back and answer them.
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    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    No, and no. I'm OK with being a mediocre peasant, not given to excessive ambition or mythologizing my life or what life means in general. In the realm of peasants, I'm relatively well off and comfortable, and have witnessed some interesting advances humanity has made. Space travel, air conditioning, public education, etc.. I measure myself by the worst off. Not the best off. So it'd be kind of bitchy to complain.

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    Yes, and maybe. I've helped some people in my life, and I've made people happy by existing. But I've also been an asshole, and made enemies for good reason. And in the grand scheme of things, I don't think I've made a huge impact.

    So... I dunno.
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    It seems kind of cliche now, but my only regrets are things I didn't do and choices I avoided for the "easy way out".
    I'm proud of who and how I am and I think that transfers to how I treat others if that counts?
    I'm never wrong, I'm just sometimes less right

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    Just to add, I think the thing I'd miss the most is discovery and learning. I'm not here to "do" a lot of things. I'm here to absorb.

    It seems that when I think of people who died, it's the first thing I ponder as well. Like "I wish so and so lived along enough to see this" or that. I pity people who purposely destroyed themselves, when they could have fought through some troubles just a little longer, and "discovered" information that would have made life worth living again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    It seems that when I think of people who died, it's the first thing I ponder as well. Like "I wish so and so lived along enough to see this" or that. I pity people who purposely destroyed themselves, when they could have fought through some troubles just a little longer, and "discovered" information that would have made life worth living again.
    I suppose its a "glass half full" situation. When I think of predessors I am glad they were around to get the ball rolling. It is up to the future generations to make their work be worth their time. (I have no specific person in mind, I'm just kind of thinking out loud about a general idea/philosophy).
    I'm never wrong, I'm just sometimes less right

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    I'd have a ton of regrets but I'd just accept it and move on. I wouldn't be proud of anything because I haven't really done anything.
    I really like cats and food.

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    I'd regret not having enjoyed the present enough.

    I wish I had treated my grandma better while she was alive. She was more good to me than I've ever deserved.

    Not much to be proud of, but I think I've been a good influence to my younger brothers and maybe a dozen people.
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    Actually my regret depends on what I say as I die, so depending on the circumstances of my death I may or may not have regrets.

    "CURSE YOU KAMEN RIDER!" - the Fiends final words.

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