Anger, Sadness and Panaceia

Anger, Sadness and Panaceia

Fuzzy Red Boots
Clear goals in my life were largely set at a young age. Tangible life stages with visible impact and form: studies, profession, relationships with others, children, financial independence, continuous education, entertainment, travel, etc. But also intangible pursuits of mental well-being based mainly on values: how I live my life, how I stand in different life situations, how I navigate dilemmas, how I envision and realize who I am, how I invest my vital energy, how I face death, etc. Apparently many of these seemed relatively simple affairs; I was studying for my studies, working for my profession, planning for my travels, and so on. As long as the goals were modest and ordinary, a rational preparation and a basic planning, together with the simplicity of the circumstances around them usually…
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