Answer by Bharath Kumar Balasubramanian:
In matters of Finance and Investments, we often use the phrase ‘Throwing good money after bad” that serves to advice against trying to recover bad investments by investing more.The ‘Good’ money here would be the life you are leading, this very moment, this very instant and the life to follow. The ‘Bad’ money would be what has already passed. Don’t waste the Good money.Regrets don’t help at all.They represent a part of you that still wants to hold on to what-if scenarios instead of taking a bold step in the right direction. They only suck you in deeper, just as a quicksand does when you struggle too much. Lets leave the past and start afresh for a better tomorrow!
“No Regrets…they don’t work” – Robbie Williams (I’ve been expecting you) 🙂