The Top 5 Regrets Of The Dying

1. I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.
2. I wish I hadn't worked so hard.
3. I wish I'd had the courage to express my feelings.
4. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends.
5. I wish that I had let myself be happier.

What would be yours if you die today?


Art. Paintings specially.

Art. Paintings specially.

I used to wonder why people paid some times small fortunes for just a canvas with someone's drawings on it.

At the end, It was paint, nothing more.

Now, I finally understand.

When you look at a piece of art, it's not about the artist's name or the skill required... not even about the art itself.

All that matters is...

How does it make you feel?

You are purchasing a feeling.

I guess is the same reason I go back to the same cheap places I used to go when in my younger years, it's not about the food, or the old rusty wear out place.

It's all about the feeling and the memories it brings me back.


We are as different and unique as anyone else.

We all know that for good or I'll, each one of us want to feel unique, different than all the others.

But objective analysis however concludes that we are as inconsequential or unique as anyone else.

We are but one in many, we are but one single worker bee in the vast swarm subject to same imperatives as others.

We dull our discontent in a never ending mix of electric impulses and a chain reaction of chemical substances either self produced or taken, it does not matter.

And then it happens, we die.


Some things are not meant to be understood, but rather to be accepted.

In my profession, I use usernames and passwords in a daily basis.

I have two passwords that I've been using on and off for years now.

One reminds me to be thankful of what I have.

The other tells me that no matter who you are, how hard you work or how much money you have.
There's some things in life that are not meant to be.

And that is not meant to be understood, but rather to be accepted.


I don't want to be quoted - Winston Burdett

I don't want to be quoted, and don't quote me that I don't want to be quoted.

-- Winston Burdett