Q. 2 B4.1( 88 Votes )
After you have made a choice, do you always think about what might have been, or do you accept the reality?
Life is full of struggle and challenges and taking important and crucial decisions is a part of life. I feel that one should never regret after taking a particular decision as it brings about obstacles in having a positive approach towards situations in life. Hence, I believe in sticking to my decisions and face every challenge fearlessly.
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