True in all cases

I read a listicle today – the UK’s top five regrets. Can’t say I shared those five, although I’m yet to retire so perhaps they’ll come in time.

What I found most interesting was how strongly some of the comments suggested the list was wrong. In those strong comments there wasn’t a recognition that these could be the top five; only indignation that they didn’t align with the commentator’s top five. I took this as a reminder of something I think many of lose sight of.

What’s true for you isn’t true in all cases.

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