“Regret and Indecision are two of the greatest thieves of life.”
What about the person who regrets nothing, by a lack of introspection? Should such a person be said to have well-avoid one of the ‘greatest thieves of life’?
And a person who, by dearth of foresight, is without indecision: should such a person be said to be avoiding a ‘great thief of life’?
Regret and indecision are, each, a tool with a purpose, neither should be misused nor altogether scapegoated.