We’ve all heard the old saying that “People on their deathbeds don’t say, ‘I wish I’d spent more time at work…’”. More often, people’s regrets are truly about “what I have done, and what I have failed to do.”  A Spanish priest, Father Nelson, has listed the sort of regrets he has often heard while accompanying the dying, and we reprint it here from our Spanish edition, with permission.

These regrets seem all too familiar to us, and the list seems well-worth keeping before our eyes, for the good of our souls, and our hearts and minds, too! We might even use this list as an examination of conscience, or to help us to pray for the grace to live in a way that might prevent our feeling these regrets later in our lives. READ MORE