Everyday we have The Practice of Dying and we can be aware of it by our regrets. If at the end of the day we have the feeling ‘Gosh I didn’t say what I should have or didn’t do what I should have done.’ Those are regrets. And if you magnify that by the magnitude of death then you recognize that dying with an accumulation of those regrets can be very . . not good. I don’t know how to say it. It will hurt. You will feel it. Because death in one sense is very final. And what does it mean. ‘You don’t have the opportunity to do it anymore this way . . . that ship has sailed.