Sebastiano Serafini – I’d rather have a life of ‘oh wells’ than a life of ‘what ifs’

I’d rather have a life of ‘oh wells’ than a life of ‘what ifs’.

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So many people let the question “what if” dominate their lives so much that they oft times forget to even take action. Sometimes it is very good to ask “what if” because asking this opens our eyes to many things we have never seen and probably would have never seen if we never posed the question in the first place. But as we all know, too much of anything is never good for us.

If you find yourself asking “What if” too much then chances are things will be pretty stagnant in your life. Never take for granted your freedom to do whatever it is that is on your heart to do. Do what is going to leave your soul without regret and as fulfilled as possible, there is no time for what if.

You can find Sebastiano Serafini on Facebook, Twitter. Instagram, Google + and Youtube as well.

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3 thoughts on “Sebastiano Serafini – I’d rather have a life of ‘oh wells’ than a life of ‘what ifs’

  1. I love this post. My favorite thought: “Never take for granted your freedom to do whatever it is that is on your heart to do. Do what is going to leave your soul without regret and as fulfilled as possible, there is no time for what if.”
    ~☆~♡~☆~

  2. Ciao, Sebastiano!!
    Bellissima la frase “troppo di ogni cosa non è mai una bene per noi!” questa me la segno!!!
    Sono d’accordo! Troppi “sé” equivale a guardarsi indietro, a pentirsi, a vivere nel passato… niente che sia accettabile!!!
    Meglio una scrollata di spalle e un “Oh, beh”, decisamente!!!
    In fondo, andrà meglio la prossima volta, no?
    Un abbraccio forte forte!!! Tvb!

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