OUR SAY: Share your life lessons with others
HINDSIGHT is something we all come across sooner or later.
This is all the things you wish you had known, done or said in that one moment when you finally understand or realise what happened.
For Kingaroy resident Kevin Allen, he wishes he had asked the doctor more questions while his late wife Linda was going through cancer treatment.
In his grief he is finding it hard to accept the whirlwind of events which happened last year.
However, in his grief he is also sharing this hindsight to continue on his wife's passion of helping others.
He wants others in the South Burnett community to understand what he wished he had known during his wife's cancer journey.
Through his story, he warns others about how quickly the cancer can spread and tells those who are in a similar situation to make sure they bring any concerns they have to their doctor.
Hindsight drove Hannah George to speak out to bring awareness of dangerous dogs after her family pet was mauled to death.
The family cat, TJ, was ripped to pieces by two dogs earlier this week.
Through her grief Hannah also wanted others to be aware so they would not feel the pain she experienced.
We often struggle through a situation on our own, or get buried in our grief by holding on to regrets.
You never know when a friend needs to hear about your story and lessons you have learned to help them get through a rough time.
The same goes for when you are going through a hard time, so take the opportunity to listen to the stories of those around you.
Within the South Burnett there is a vast range of wisdom learned from experiences to be shared to help others through the good and bad days.