Good words, Raam, and I agree. The college example was to demonstrate living in the moments along the journey and not try to be somewhere else (past/future). And to be open to changing direction for sure. A high school junior or senior that has never left home has only that bubble of influence when making a decision such as a major. Once on a campus, and exposed to new people, ideas, etc., one may well change direction (“based on new things you learn and discover”) of her/his academic journey. I changed my major 3 times that I can remember! But yes sir, you said it well: “If the destination no longer fits with our goals in life, we should pick and new destination immediately.” That’s what freedom is all about, and sometimes maybe we need to remind ourselves that we ARE free (there’s a topic for you to tackle :o) ). Namaste!