The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing

The Top Five Regrets of the Dying A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing After too many years of unfulfilling work Bronnie Ware began searching for a job with heart Despite having no formal qualifications or experience she found herself in palliative care Over the years

  • Title: The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing
  • Author: Bronnie Ware
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  • After too many years of unfulfilling work, Bronnie Ware began searching for a job with heart Despite having no formal qualifications or experience, she found herself in palliative care Over the years she spent tending to the needs of those who were dying, Bronnie s life was transformed Later, she wrote an Internet blog about the most common regrets expressed to her by After too many years of unfulfilling work, Bronnie Ware began searching for a job with heart Despite having no formal qualifications or experience, she found herself in palliative care Over the years she spent tending to the needs of those who were dying, Bronnie s life was transformed Later, she wrote an Internet blog about the most common regrets expressed to her by the people she had cared for The article, also called The Top Five Regrets of the Dying, gained so much momentum that it was read by than three million people around the globe in its first year At the requests of many, Bronnie now shares her own personal story Bronnie has had a colourful and diverse past, but by applying the lessons of those nearing their death to her own life, she developed an understanding that it is possible for people, if they make the right choices, to die with peace of mind In this book, she expresses in a heartfelt retelling how significant these regrets are and how we can positively address these issues while we still have the time The Top Five Regrets of the Dying gives hope for a better world It is a story told through sharing her inspiring and honest journey, which will leave you feeling kinder towards yourself and others, and determined to live the life you are truly here to live This delightful memoir is a courageous, life changing book.

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    About “Bronnie Ware

    • Bronnie Ware

      Bronnie Ware is an author, songwriting teacher, and speaker from Australia Her inspiring memoir, The Top Five Regrets of the Dying, has connected with hearts all over the world, with translations in 27 languages Bronnie lives in rural Australia and loves balance, simple living, and waking up to the songs of birds.



    449 thoughts on “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing

    • الكتاب رهيب وجا بوقت كنت محتاجه اقراه المؤلفة كانت تشتغل بمجال ماتحبه "البنك" بالرغم من انها كانت مرتاحه ماديا إلا انها ماكانت سعيده، تركت البنك وجلست تدور عن عمل تحبه الين ماتوصلت لعمل "الرعاية التلطيفية للمرضى " كانت عايشه مع كبار السن تسمع منهم تطبطب عليهم استفادت من خب [...]


    • I bought this book due to the positive publicity which the writer received on her article the top five regrets of the dying. I expected some open and honest accounts from people who faced death and encountered their regrets about the life they had led and their fears about the future. What I didn't expect to find was a long diatribe about the author, her belief systems and what led to her writing the book in the first place. A paragraph should have been sufficient. Sadly it was so interminably d [...]


    • When I'm dying, one of my top five regrets may well be having read this book. It was like reading a dull person's diary, complete with the bad spelling and grammar you'd expect from such an offering.This book contained mainly self-indulgent drivel, briefly punctuated by five points of wisdom gleaned from the writer's dying clients while she worked as a palliative carer. Instead of an enriching insight into their experiences and what we could learn from them to use our own remaining time more eff [...]


    • I bought this book (Kindle Version)having read brief but rave reviews about it on Facebook and it wasn't quite what I'd expected (the perils of buying on Kindle rather than flicking through a printed book in a shop!) - there was much more about her own life than about those she had nursed - but even so I found it absorbing and compelling. Ware breaks the last taboo by talking so much about death, recounting her personal experiences of providing palliative care and witnessing many people's final [...]


    • لم اختر ان اقرأ هذا الكتاب، لكنه هو اختارني! سمعت عنه وبعد بضعةايام اكتشفت وجوده في مكتبة امي. لكني لم اكن مستعدة لقراءته خصوصا ان والدي يمر بظروف صحية هذه الفترة.وفي احد ايام مرافقتي لوالدي في المستشفى، كنت قدانهيت قراءة كتاب كان معي، وبدات ابحث في دولاب الغرفة عن كتاب اخر، ل [...]


    • A very interesting book. This book was recommended to me by a friend and I just jumped in without knowing much more than the title. I wasn't expecting so much memoir/autobiography from the author. At times it was wonderful and at times I felt as if it interrupted the story. But overall an incredibly beautiful reminder and message. Two regrets struck me most. One was from people who wished they had the courage to be themselves, to be true to themselves. This is a theme which comes around in my li [...]


    • Very easy to read, inspirational and challenging, makes you question whether you are living the life you want to be living.


    • This book has changed my life. Bronnie Ware is an amazing woman with an incredible story to tell. There's no one who wouldn't learn a lot from reading this fantastic memoir. Go and buy it.


    • eigentliche Wertung: 1,5 Sterne!In diesen 349 Seiten erzählt die Australierin Bronnie Ware über das Leben und berichtet über ihre Erfahrungen mit Sterbenden und über das, was Sterbende am meisten bereuen. Dennoch: viel zu viel Leben und viel zu wenige Einsichten der Sterbenden. Das Leben der Bronnie Ware, das wäre ein guter Titel für dieses Buch gewesen, nicht aber 5 Dinge, die Sterbende am meisten bereuen.Lange habe ich mich davor gedrückt, diese Rezension zu schreiben. Es ist schon ein [...]


    • Hmm. Honestly I had to force myself to finish this book. I'm afraid that it's long and poorly written, all tell and no show, and very repetitive. The author has clearly led a very a troubled life, from drug problems in her youth to depression and several suicide attempts (or at least plans). I'm happy for her that she seems finally to have found her own form of peace and happiness, and in a way I think the book is a kind of therapy for her. She has also had rare insight into the regrets of the d [...]


    • هذه يوميات ومذكرات للكاتبة عن تجربتها في العناية بالمرضى الذين ينتظرون الموت في منازلهم مع اختلاف اعمارهم ولكن ما يجمعهم هو يسر الحال وقد استخلصت من تجربتها عدة ملاحظات اختصرتتا في العناوين الخمسة لما يمكن أن يندم عليها الإنسان قبل الموت وبرأيي أن عنوان الكتب ملفت جدا وجدا [...]


    • I went to my first funeral last week. Now, some of you may be surprised to know as a whole, I'm a pretty morbid person. Being interested in philosophy and constantly being on the edge of a personality and existential crisis does that. So I was curious about this book and knew I wanted to read it. How do I begin? I have so much to say. First of all, this book felt pale. That's my best adjective. I see death as a natural part of life. I don't think we need to be sad about it. I think we need to ta [...]


    • I had been looking forward so much to reading this book, as it's been (and still makes for) an interesting topic. Alas, it is definitely NOT written professionally and focuses way too much on the author's musings instead of the wisdom of the dying. In my view, the low point is reached when a depressive episode of the author is dealt with in a way that suggests Mrs Ware is proud of having toughed out her depression, leaving it to providence that her potential suicide has been averted.In the light [...]


    • The writing is not great, and the stories of the people Bronnie cared for are interspersed with stories about her own personal experiences, which is where her writing style got too flowery. However, the stories of the people are told simply and are incredibly effective. While the "top 5 regrets" are not all that surprising, the stories give them meaning. A great perspective, I highly recommend it even if the writing isn't spectacular because the message gets through and it's worth getting throug [...]


    • مقالة طورتها الممرضة الاسترالية إلى كتاب لخصت فيه استجابات المرضى حول سؤال واحدوجاءت الأشياء الخمسة مهمة ومنطقية لمن داهمه الموتمنها مثلا( I wish I didn't work so hard.اتمنى لو انني لم اعمل بجهد كبير-----أ


    • I was about to throw this book out of window You know what thus book is? An autobiography and what's even worse author is keeping it a secret (she is not succeed tho) through all reading she keeps prasing herself while adding little stories of dying people she nursed."I do meditation, I'm a vegetarian I decided and did everything all my own I'm so brave."But you know what she is so so selfish, she didn't think about the people she left behind when she decided to "live freely" and wow she is so o [...]


    • This book reflects the thoughts of people who are close to death – in terms of things that wish they had or hadn’t done.Some of the points made in this book struck home, but a lot of it was too woolly / long winded for me – for me it would probably have worked better as a magazine article (10 pages).



    • What a gift, Bronnie Ware has shared with the world! Through her work and journey of self-discovery, she has offered us both insight and grace. As Bronnie began her work in palliative care, she quickly realized that not only was she able to offer her healing gift to others, but received so much in return. She states, "We will all die, but this work was reminding me we all have a choice, too, on how to live in the meantime."Through Bronnie's own life journey, she experienced both pain and joye na [...]


    • Enjoyed this, lots of food for thought but rather self indulgent at times. The author has had an unconventional life which I found interesting and her experiences with her clients fascinating but sometimes their words sound like her own- I was left wondering how much was actually accurate and how much edited to enable her to confer her own philosophy of what matters in life. Worth reading just to get you thinking.


    • Wow, this book was incredibly moving and heartfelt and the stories were told with such care that I felt like I was experiencing it too. There were many tears shed over some of the stories and the author shares so deeply that it is hard not to relate on many levels. She describes many of her clients with such love and kindness it is very easy to love this author and who she is as a person.


    • I had heard great reviews of this book and it had so much potential to be a great book however there was much more about her own life than about those she had nursed. Having said that it did remind me of a few lessons that I have learnt along the way.


    • An utterly astounding & life-changing book! Full review PLUS Q&A with author Bronnie Ware: aussiebookworm.weebly/ware



    • Seeing how long it took me to finish this book (13 months) is unbelievable but then again remembering how I actually got hold of it is even more shocking.This book chose me I had no idea it ever existed or even there was a writer with the name of Bonnie Ware but I've got this friend who kept on going about it and frankly I never cared I like the title just not enough to Google it I guess few months later her brother who lives in Germany got it for her (coz there was noway we can have it in our c [...]


    • قدر قيمة كل حاجة عندك لازم نختار صح نختار نكون مبسوطين سواء عندنا كل حاجة او لأ الرضا حاجة مهمة جدا we must be grateful to everything we have كمان لازم نبطل شغل بزيادة ونلاقى وقت للناس القريبين نحاول نعمل توازن حاول تختار طريقك ومتخليش الناس الى حوالينا متأثرش علينا الاهل والصحاب والبيئة الى [...]


    • Een boek dat naar het einde toe mooier wordt. Het boek gaat net zoveel, of misschien zelfs meer, over de schrijfster zelf als over de mensen die ze palliatief begeleidt. Al lezende geeft het boek het gevoel dat het boek ook een soort overtuigen van haarzelf is geweest. Mooi verhaal waarin iedereen wel wat van zichzelf kan herkennen.


    • Great content buried beneath a little too much fluff. Very interesting and unexpected thoughts on meditation and mindfulness, very related to "the power of now". Would have liked more details from the palliative care clients and less biographical content from he author, which was questionably relevant at times. Some Takeaways: express your feelings, don't lose touch with friends.




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