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Intentionally vague statement for the day

I seem to find myself in a repeating pattern of the same problem. This is frustrating for me, because the issue in and of itself is not a problem, it's timing and placement is. If the circumstances that I find myself in would happen at the time and place (and something else) of my choosing, then it would actually be very good. Furthermore, this problem keeps happening because of my misguided attempts to be the best kind of person I can be. How's that for a downer? So, the right thing keeps happening in the wrong circumstance. At least, I feel like they are the wrong circumstances. Wouldn't I know if it was right? Or am I vain?

There was a time when I thought everything was right. But I was wrong.


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