I have to agree with the accepted idea that, for the most part, letting stuff go has ended up being a better choice in life. To 1 degree or another, this approach is better for me, our health plus our happiness. The older I become, the more deeply I understand what a universal experience it is to let things go. I tend to find myself in positions where things start going south. But sometimes, I just don’t get when to let it go. I had a recent Heating and A/C experience that illustrates this tendency so very perfectly. I sometimes suppose I can fix things I have no dealer messing with. It may be that our old man plus I were always now working on stuff together when I was a kid. However, most of the household components are much more complicated than they were some 30 plus years ago. More recently, I attempted to fix our Heating and A/C. The Heating and A/C was now working but it wasn’t cooling down the way it should be. The air from the vents just wasn’t as cool as it normally should be. Assuming I could save some money by not calling the local Heating and A/C people, I took a try at it. I went to the hardware store plus purchased a DIY Heating and A/C recharge kit. Not knowing at all what was happening, I ended up over filling the refrigerant plus subsequently smashing something. The Heating and A/C maintenance bill would have been a second of what it was had I not went and tried to do something I knew I couldn’t. Again, sometimes it’s just best to let things go.