Recently, I spoke with someone who feels some combination of guilt, regret and sorrow about where their life has taken them, or where they have taken their life. I felt bad for her, because I don’t think she’s done anything to feel guilty over.
I notice how some people are inclined to think they should have-or could have done more. Others are inclined to think they should have to do very little, if they should have to do anything at all.
I wanted to say that I did not think the woman had done anything wrong but I wasn’t being asked for my opinion and I’m not the judge of it anyway . So I absorbed her grief to the extent I could and I took this as a lesson. Saturn, right?
I think you’re better off to tax yourself when you’re young. You’re better off to push yourself to do things even if they’re hard for you.
Hopefully you can avoid getting older and having to live with these powerful feelings of melancholy, you can do nothing to alleviate.
Are you satisfied with your own performance thus far? Or do you waste opportunities, thinking a day like this will never come?