Having been a pastor for so many years, I have had the sacred honor of being with many people as they were dying.
Almost every single one of them had regrets.
The biggest regret that people have at the end of life is this (and this is confirmed by research):
Many assume they regret things they've done.
No! Rather, they regret not doing things.
I want to make sure that I don't regret not exploring the personal and spiritual growth available to me.
This entails asking questions, being open to changing my mind, and becoming more universal in my love.
I take my own advice: don't wait until it's too late.