This is helpful.

So it sounds like you’re saying, “If there’s something you want to do, but fear is holding you back, you are more likely to regret not doing the thing you want more than you are to regret not doing the thing you are afraid of.”

Is that right?

Because that makes sense.

(Except, I did eat a strawberry Pop-tart about 6 months ago because I wanted it. I was scared but I pushed thru the fear, and I still regret it to this day.)

Also, FFR, what defines half a question?

An appositional phrase? < — (See what I did there?)

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