A Bunch Of Indians Confessed Their Biggest Regrets, And It’s Something To Learn From
Lesson learned: What you love > everything
Indian youth entertainment YouTube channel Sortedd uploaded a video on November 5, where they asked a bunch of Delhiites a question:
The great thing about listening to others' regrets is that they make you reflect on your own life positively.
Some make you feel grateful for the life you have.
Some strengthen you to fight for the life you can choose.
Others urge you to be courageous enough to stand by your bad decisions, which we all make.
And help you gather enough determination to chase dreams.
The inspiration behind the video:
In an email, Sortedd founder Jaisal Rathee told BuzzFeed, "This video was inspired by my own mantra in life, that is to try new things and not being afraid to fail. Because twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. But I think that last part is Mark Twain."