On a cold day in the middle of New York City, a blank chalkboard appeared at the edge of Lieutenant Petrosino Square in Manhattan. It had a simple request of passers by; to write what they felt was their biggest regret. Gee, chalkboard. That’s a little personal, don’t you think?

Nevertheless, the board was soon filled with colorful regrets of all different kinds, with many of them being downright heartbreaking. After collecting regrets throughout the entire day, a pattern started to emerge. Nearly all of them involved chances not taken, and dreams not pursued, and that’s why many appreciated it when the organizers handed them erasers…

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