Do not waste one moment in regret, for to think feelingly of the mistakes of the past is to re-infect yourself.— Neville Goddard
Most Powerful Don't Regret Anything quotations
I don't regret my past, I just regret the time I've wasted on the wrong people.
Humans can't live in the present, like animals do.
Humans are always thinking about the future or the past. So it's a veil of tears, man. I don't know anything that's going to benefit me now, except love. I just need an overwhelming amount of love. And a nap. Mostly a nap.
I don't regret anything. Everything happens for a reason-it's part of the healing process. Life is a healing process.
No, I don't regret anything at this point.
That may change on the next phone call, but at the moment I don't regret anything.
I don't think we should ever regret anything we do.
I think we have to accept the consequences and you learn from your mistakes, and that's how you grow as a person
That's always been my philosophy: I try to just be as straightforward as possible, and then I don't really have to question what I said or regret anything.
I love life. I wish I could live another 500 years, truly. There is so much to do. I don't feel bitter or angry or disappointed. If anything, I am very grateful for where I come from. I have absolutely no regrets.
I never regret anything. I always said that when I'm old, I want to be sitting there regretting the things that I did and not the things that I didn't do; and now I'm old, and I don't regret anything! I had fun. I had fun, and I'm still having it.
There is nothing for you to go back and live over, or fix, or feel regret about now. Every part of your life has unfolded just right. And so - now - knowing all that you know from where you now stand, now what do you want? The answers are now coming forth to you. Go forth in joy, and get on with it.
One of the great regrets of my life is that I smoked.
If I could say anything to anybody starting out in life it would be, 'Whatever you do, don't smoke'. I have had to recover from that and been lucky that I have been able to stop.
I don't think there's anything I can't do. I have no regrets.
I don't think I'd live anything over, even though I've made a lot of mistakes.
I have learned how to see failure as a friend. So, I'm not one to live a life of regrets. I try to learn from my mistakes, but I'll take my life the way it is.
I don't regret anything I ever do or say.
I don't like to live my life being censored. I like to say what I feel, and I think people respect that because you're honest.
Translator Dlique was saying, very earnestly, “Eggs are so inadequate, don't you think? I mean, they ought to be able to become anything, but instead you always get a chicken. Or a duck. Or whatever they're programmed to be. You never get anything interesting, like regret, or the middle of the night last week.
I don't regret anything, but that doesn't mean that I don't look back and think, 'What was I thinking?'
I never regret anything and I don't believe in regret. I think it's just a big time-waster.
I don't have any regrets. There's no point regretting anything because everything that you do gives you more experience and potentially makes you a stronger person or a better person.
I don't think there are any songs that I've written in the past that I now disagree. It's kind of like tattoos; I would never regret a tattoo, because it was how I felt at that time in my life. I don't think I've ever said anything that I would take back. So far, so good! I would probably change the music, or change how I sing it, maybe do it a little bit cooler, or a bit more grown-up. But I don't think that there are any lyrics that I regret.
I was raised to give back. I was born to immigrant parents and was fortunate to become successful at an early age. I've always felt a strong sense of national service to my country, and I may have been able to provide leadership in the political arena. I don't regret the decision not to enter politics, I just wonder sometimes if I could have changed anything.
I am not a trained actor and am not near the top of anyone's want list.
I go after what I am offered, if I am so inclined. Now and then, I get offers for things that are not to my liking, in that I just don't care about the story. All this super tough guy stuff isn't anything that interests me all that much. I can't think of anything I turned down that I regret.
Dana Carvey is hilarious. He's a really, really funny, talented guy. You know, I can't think of anything I've ever done that I regret doing, and I certainly don't regret doing Master Of Disguise, because I got to hang around Dana.
I don't regret anything that I ever did.
You just look back at things and you either learn from them or get what you can from them but I wouldn't change what I did.
I don't come from a musical family and didn't go to Julliard or anything, but I had this kind of vision of stuff that was so powerful that I just needed to find it. I have no regrets.
I can't figure out how they decide on those things.
So I don't have any regrets about anything that I did that didn't get a lot of people to see it.
I don't really regret anything I've done, even if it's bad.
I mean, I have a $100,000 Chopard watch. I don't need a $100,000 watch, but I like it. It's all diamonds. That's a little extreme, but I don't care.
I don't regret anything that I've turned down, and I don't regret anything that I've done, really.
I don't regret anything.
Pretty much I don't regret anything that has happened in my life.
One thing is I wish I could have spent more time with my mama and my pa.
I don't regret anything. I feel like I've made what I would call mistakes. I picked the wrong movie, or I didn't pursue a character, but everything you do is part of you and you get something from it.
Regrets are stupid; they don't mean anything and they don't add up to anything.
I can say, "I don't have anything I regret!" But I can also say, "I can go forward in my life the way it is and I don't think I'll accrue any future regrets."
I don't think anything I do in life is planned.
Sometimes I regret that and I feel like I try to take ahold of the wheel, but I'm also always super excited when things pop up spontaneously and when I'm a little bit out of my depth. I just find that that thrills me.
The best piece of advice I received before I got married was, "Be careful what you say when you're in a fight, because it could stick in someone's head." I don't think I've ever said anything I really regretted. I'm very sympathetic to women. I've really studied wife-ology, and I know you've got to figure out the feelings. Deal with the feelings.
I don't regret anything I do, ever, whether articles I've done or things I've said. And as far as what's happened in the past, I wouldn't take anything back.