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Chances Supressed!

Ever wondered, what it would have been like if you'd have asked clearly for the thing you desire, rather than being hesitant to ask about it!

How terrible you feel when you come to a point where you end up with just two options; either you could take a leap of faith and proceed where all together a new world is awaiting you or get back to the place, your very own comfort zone which certainly doesn't provide you the thrill, or that adrenaline rush that pumps you up to move ahead and progress!
Taking chances is simply a balance of head and heart, of thoughts and feelings, of doing what is “Right” or just doing what you “Want or Need” to do. 
It is about not taking a chance and living with the regret that you’ll never know what might have been. Or taking chances, risking it all, truly living life, and then accepting the often difficult path where that chance may lead.
At some point when you'd look back at the journey of your life, you'd see many of your poor decisions that you took just because you were too much apprehensive about the consequences. Talking about personal opinion, not that I regret any of my decisions for they somehow taught me the lessons and led me to where I currently am. 
The only regrets that you'll realize sooner or later will be the bunch and bundles of "What if(s)". The times you didn’t take a chance, the times you felt something and turned your back on those feelings, the times you fought all possible instincts and never took that leap of faith. It is only and only those times that you'd regret. So, when you have a gut feeling about something, go for it.
Like someone? Confess!
Need to put forward your point? Take a Stand!
Want to say sorry? Say!
Want to resign that Not-My-kinda job? Resign!
Want to talk to that cute looking guy? Approach.
Want to get a tattoo? Get.
Didn't like the way your boss spoke to you? Tell him!
Life won't be a regret anymore if you aren't afraid of Taking chances. Because No one would ever like to end up with the question "What if I had?"

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