I didn't choose God but He chose me because of His great love (Eph. 1.4-5).
I am bought by a significant price and sacrifice on His part (Eph. 1.7).
I am experiencing a life that I never could've created on my own (Eph. 2.8-9).
I am, quite literally, a citizen of a different kind of governance (Eph. 2.11-12).
I was a foreigner to God and He took me in, calling me His own son (Eph. 2.13).
I am now a part of a family that is much bigger and cooler than I could've imagined (Eph. 2.19).
The beauty of all of this: just as I don't have a regret in the world, neither does He. Wow.
But that's just me thinking thoughts...