That’s what Frank Sinatra sang in My Way, but what about you?
Have you any regrets in life, things you’ve done or not done but wish you had?
If so, a brand new art project would love to hear from you. The Museum Of Regret where YOU can leave your regrets behind…
It’s the brainchild of Michael Lindley, the man behind the successful Day Of Happiness event at Central Library, as well as a weekly indie music show that’s global, showcasing amazing unsigned bands.
Mike said “Regret is a negative conscious and emotional reaction to personal past acts and behaviours. Regret is often a feeling of sadness, shame, embarrassment, depression, annoyance, or guilt, after one acts in a manner and later wishes not to have done so.”
“Regret is distinct from guilt, which is a deeply emotional form of regret — one which may be difficult to comprehend in an objective or conceptual way. In this regard, the concept of regret is subordinate to guilt in terms of its emotional intensity.”
The Museum Of Regret will be an ongoing digital and live art project which has launched online and an an exhibition will take place from 1st September for two weeks at Heart of Glass, Beechams Building in Town Centre where all the regrets will be showcased as well as songs of regret as well.
You can submit a regret via the link below
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