The one sure thing about regrets is that we can never do anything to change them.

Living in the past which is where regrets live is a waste of time and effort.

What regrets are good for is helping us evolve into the person we want to be today – now – when it is possible to create a better outcome.

People who live in the past live lives of regret that cannot be changed but those who learn from the past are already the winners.

My past career regrets have been recycled to the present which is far more rewarding.

Past relationship regrets help to modify the search (just like on Google) for a more fitting life’s partner.

Childhood illnesses can be gifts of good health when applied to this moment.

The proper place for regrets is not holed-up in the past but freed to bring success and happiness in the present.