I'm looking to see what happens, and what I do about it, and what I can find to do that either needs to be done or is meaningful. In this, I feel like I am pretty much within the normal distribution curve of human beings on the planet from the beginning, and probably of all living things as well. Each day, there is what happens and what we do about it, what needs to be done and what is meaningful. Settling into doing what is meaningful has a lot to commend it. It keeps up our interest and our curiosity, and holds our attention. Is the value derived from it worth the effort required by it? The answer to this question changes with time. And we let more go with age, smiling/laughing at the idea of that being something we would even consider. Aging is the art of letting things go. Without regret. Even bread and circuses lose their allure over time. Particularly circuses. And, after a while, nearly everything is "just another circus," and watching the clouds move past, or the waves come in, are perfectly grand things to do.