Have you ever gotten bad driving directions? Either from a person, in the good old days, or even from a GPS in our tech-blessed age?
If you follow them, you end up in the wrong place. I can remember one time a GPS led me to the end of a one-way dead end street.
Of course there are also times when you receive good directions and follow them imperfectly. The end result is the same – you don’t wind up where you thought you were going.
Or worse, you wind up in a place you realize you didn’t want to be.
In those situations you brush it off as simply receiving bad directions, or realizing you thought a destination was going to deliver something it didn’t.
The same goes with life – if you’ve lived to this point and realize all of a sudden you’re at the end of a one-way dead end street you are likely the recipient of bad information.
The real value in the situations is realizing you shouldn’t rely on others for directions in matters where you should be making the decision.
Where you should be doing the research to fully understand the terrain.
It’s easy to avoid regret even after a few of these fruitless escapades.
Because they give you the opportunity to take responsibility for all your outcomes.
Too more keenly look after your own self-interest and question information that you are receiving from the outside world.
(Especially from people who seem especially eager to guide you down a certain path.)
The hidden philosophy allows you to live in the moment, which you will find so rewarding that regret remains in the past.
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