I didn't like who I was. I spent a lot of my life regretting who I was, which is a sad thing to say.
I prefer buying things and figuring out where to put them later than regretting not buying them.
I'm trying to be better for my son. And regretting every moment that I'm not spending with him.
The idea of regretting not doing this seemed insane to me. Sitting in the corner at a bar at age 60, saying: 'I could've been Bond. Buy me a drink.' That's the saddest place I could be. At least now at 60 I can say: 'I was Bond. Now buy me a drink.'
At this very moment in time there will be people making, breaking relationships, regretting deeply what they've done, and causing hurt, but that is a fact of life, and if we weren't full of emotion, we'd be automatons, and I don't think people want us to be that.
When men are not regretting that life is so short, they are doing something to kill time.
If I regret leaving City, I'd regret leaving Madrid, I would regret Arsenal, and I would regret maybe even Metz, where I started off. So I have no regrets in life; life is too short to start regretting things.
I'm taking a philosophy class and regretting it with everything in me. I'm taking one college class per semester. Philosophy is studying what you already know and dismantling it. I thought it would be right up my alley. I can't tell you how much it's not me.
I have always been regretting that I was not as wise as the day I was born.
Nothing is a bigger waste of time than regretting the past and worrying about the future.