Things Everyone Must Do Before Becoming Old


It would be a pity to think bitterly of your youth by regretting all these things you would have liked to do or avoid. If repentance can not be avoided, it is possible to minimize its impact by anticipating them.

We nurture the desire to live things that we always end up deferring to tomorrow. Often, however, this later date never comes. Do not forget that old age begins when regrets outweigh dreams! Here is a list of things to avoid and that deserve to be discussed to avoid regret:

Stop counting in front of the tv, slumped on your sofa! Neglecting to maintain its form, its physical and moral health will win you some regrets in the future.

Skin that pulls, gray mine, wrinkles dug, cancer. You will bite your fingers for the little attention you have paid to your epidermis when the first effects will be felt.
With age, traveling the world becomes more difficult. So if you want to visit Niagara Falls or Machu Picchu, this is now or never.
  • You will regret the holidays and missed opportunities with your family and not have spent more time with your loved ones.

  • Not to be out of your comfort zone and not to have expanded your circle of friends nor woven enough ties.
  • To love without taking a rake is not an injunction. You will certainly regret your lack of audacity and of not taking risks in love.
  • You will deplore your lack of oral hygiene when you lose your teeth prematurely.
  • You will soon become aware of the importance of volunteering, of the pleasure of helping your neighbor and of receiving gratitude.
  • As the proverb would say, how can we keep a grudge against things that have become dust? Do not forget that the grudge is bad counselor ...
  • They have sometimes made you ashamed in your youth, but you might regret not having relied on these voices of wisdom. Trust your parents!
  • You will regret your escapades at school and your poor results. Yet you had abilities but you preferred to collect donkey caps.
  • Older, you will regret having mistreated the "not too bad" you thought to be and not having been able to find the right look on yourself.
  • To be afraid of failure, to try and recommence, slows down the most ardent impulses. Take your fears for challenges.
  • You will be sorry to have bogged down in painful stories without asking yourself what drives you to hang on to unsatisfactory relationships.
  • What about all these bad habits, fruits of our personal tolerance and which end up gnawing our conscience?
  • Okay, you have commitments, but nothing forces you to keep a job that you do not like to the detriment of your passions.
  • Not to be open to new horizons by learning a new language!
  • To have subjected your behavior to judgments and merciless looks of others.
  • To have been a bulimic of work, chiseling hard to garner money at the expense of family breaks.
  • Of not being able to live and savor the present moment.
  • Not to have finalized your projects initiated, leaving them in plan.
  • Not to have given your children the attention and listening they were thirsty for, or to have put you at the service of their learning.
  • Not to have found happiness by dint of running after.
  • You have made yourself of the chickweed, to the point of leaving you overwhelmed by anxiety.
  • You will regret not having indulged in hobbies to disconnect and recharge your batteries.
  • Not to have nourished your mind to read avidly and to be missed all the unsuspected benefits that the pleasure of reading.
  • Not to have spared to guarantee you a comfortable retirement.
  • To have realized too late that recognition is a virtue that must be expressed.
  • Not to have taken a taste for the stove to avoid being abandoned to your fate!
  • To have prioritized the dreams of others by putting your own aspirations to the closet.



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