One of the main points of this book, if not the main point, is to be self-aware. In reality, this is simply knowing why you do
what you do to the best of your knowledge. All the things that I listed above and more, I am fully aware of. I take them for what they are. Some things can be considered optimal; some are not. But that’s where it stops. I have no time to go back and forth on how things “should” have been or how they “went.” Things happen as they do, and they led me to this moment. My outlook on life could be considered somewhat open-ended but also straightforward. I believe things are easier than
we make them out to be, and most of what we read, whether it is highly philosophical, spiritual, metaphysical, or even highly technical
like science, is pointing to the same thing. But since we are naturally drawn to drama, emotion can become overwhelming and conceal the true meaning.