I have to agree with the argument that, for the most part, letting things go has ended up being the smart choice for our life.
To some degree, this approach is better for me, our health and our happiness.
The older and wiser I am the more I understand what a universal experience letting things go is for all of us. I always tend to find myself in positions where stuff begins going south on me. But occasionally, I just don’t feel when to let it go. I had a recent Heating and Air Conditioning experience that can illustrate this tendency so genuinely well. I occasionally think I can repair things I have no supplier messing around with. It may be that our dad and I were always working on stuff together when I was a kid. However, some household components are much more complicated than they were some 20 plus years ago. Recently, I attempted to repair our Heating and Air Conditioning. The central Heating and Air Conditioning was working but it wasn’t cooling the way it would normally be. The air from the vents just wasn’t as cool as it normally should be. Figuring I could save a few bucks by not calling the local Heating and Air Conditioning people, I took a whack at it myself. I went to the hardware store and bought a DIY Heating and Air Conditioning recharge kit. Not knowing anything at all about what I was doing, I ended up over filling the refrigerant and subsequently cracking something else. The Heating and Air Conditioning repair bill would have been a second of what it was had I not attempted to do something I knew I couldn’t. Again, occasionally it’s just best to let it go.