I read this article on the most common dying regrets as reported by a hospice caregiver. Her list doesn't apply to me - the only one I connect with is expressing my feelings more. (If I'm missing something, especially spending time with you, let me know!)
What would I regret If Tomorrow Never Comes*? I definitely want more time with everyone, and there are activities I want to do - reading and travel come to mind - but nothing I would feel remains undone or lacking. I'd love to take a mulligan on some past choices, but none require me to make them right. It doesn't hurt that my spiritual beliefs leave me expecting to see what's important (ya'll) in Heaven, and I have a feeling I'll be able to find out the ending to The Wheel of Time (might even get Robert Jordan's version of the last book!).
When I think about regret, I get a nagging feeling I might be overlooking/repressing/ignoring something, but I have no clue what it is. Am I unusual in not feeling any regrets?
*I grew up in the 1990s listening to Garth Brooks, and am not (too) ashamed to admit it.