I like the first line: “The audacity is in the living, not in the choosing.” Sometimes we make the wrong choices. Sometimes we are fearless and go for something and it ends up not being what we wanted or expected. But we had life. We lived through it. We faced pain and humiliation because of it. As it says: “Right or wrong can never be anything but small things in the face of your gigantic, intrepid spirit.” Right or wrong, those are small stepping stones in the road called life. Living is what this life is all about. Choose and live and feel and experience the loss and pain and humility and gratitude and confusion.

It means no regrets.

It means that even wrong choices can be amazing if we look back on them with gratitude and understanding and respect.