I know a lot about a few things;
I know a little about many things;
I know practically nothing about most things.
The universe seems to get bigger the older I get.
Actually, most of the items on my list are things I do not regret never doing. But I DO regret that I have only accomplished a couple of those 40 goals. To be fair to myself, I have done many worthwhile, valuable and enjoyable things that were NOT on my list. But I have also missed so many opportunities to improve my life, my family’s lives, and the lives of my fellow human-beings.Of the items on my list: I've never been to Germany, Australia or Alaska, BUT I have been to Washington, D.C.(many times) and England and I learned so much in both places.
I regret that I am not a good housekeeper or a good cook.
Most of all I regret that I have always lacked confidence.
I have failed to love my most important friend–ME!
I have learned some important lessons in fifty years. I hope I can keep learning, but mostly I hope I can start LIVING what I KNOW.
- Physical: Control of body - eating, exercise, getting up in morning, going to bed at reasonable hour
- Mental: Control of mind - daily planning, journal keeping, controlling what you put into your head
- Emotional: Control of emotions - be patient, cry, laugh, shout with joy, hug, love
- Spiritual: Control of spirit - practice prayer, meditation, study, listen to conscience
Sheri (at 50) and husband Bill