Last week, I attend a training session on managing large customer account, delivered by IIMB Professor DVR. It was impressive but what I liked most was his step out session in which he enlightened us on his philosophy of life and happiness. Although, he gave long and impact full description of “Ways of Happiness”, but following image is crisp depiction of his intellectual.
Last week early morning, I was watching a TV program for which I missed the starting part. So I can give any reference here.
During that program, those gentlemen were discussing about ‘Regrets of Life’. They argued, at the death bed, everyone had to go through same regrets just before last breath unless its a sudden accidental death or individual is wicked creature. These regrets are broadly categorized in three questions, such as: ‘Did we Live enough?’, ‘Did we Love enough?’ and ‘Did it Matter enough?’ This is where we wish, we could live again.
At the end, they gave very interesting suggestion by proposing a philosophy to avoid these regrets. They said, if we ask ourselves these questions everyday, automatically, we will ensure that these does not come back to us at the day of reckoning.
Following image is capture that questionnaire.