"Regret for the things we did can be tempered by time"

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Followers of made up statistics will recall that most accidents take place in the home.  It is arguably not surprising then, that this is where author Dave Freeman met his sad and untimely end this week, in Venice, California.  

Untimely, because Dave was just 47.  Especially sad because he was the co-author of 100 Things to Do before you Die

Introducing the book, he wrote;

“This life is a short journey.  How can you make sure you fill it with the most fun and that you visit all the coolest places on earth before you pack those bags for the very last time?”

Dave Freeman had managed to tick off 50 of his list of 100, and inspired thousands to do the same. 

“Regret for the things we did can be tempered by time; it is regret for the things we did not do which is inconsolable.”  Sydney J Harris

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