“Not much time in the overall scheme of things,” and “life is really short,” I thought. So I decided then that every 10 years or so I would evaluate what I was doing and where I was in life. After the evaluation if there was something that I wanted to do differently or a new path I wanted to explore, I would go about doing it. It was then that I figured it was best for me to live life in a way that when I die I would have no regrets. You’ve heard older people say things like, “I never got a chance to do this,” or “if I could live life all over again I would do that differently.” Regrets regarding the things I wanted to do in my life are things I vowed not to have.