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A few weeks ago, I come across this video on YouTube. I think is not only interesting from an educational perspective (many different accents in 11 minutes) but also from a human point of view. It turns quite melancholic at the end, but still there're some valuable lessons to take from it.
Let's make the same exercise. If I were asked, my answer would probably be: Not going to live abroad when I was in my 20's.
I know it's a tough one but... what would you answer be?
may be there is nothing i did in my life requires me to regret i still dont have that thing called biggest life regret
My name is Michael, I´m 20.
I am one of those who always try to please the others and I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, doing what I love, being who I wanna be, not trying to be what my family and relatives wanted, or living the life others expected of me.
i'm fixing/rigging everything so i don't have any.