Aging and intuition

2 thoughts on “Aging and intuition”

  1. Your post reconfirms the old adage: hindsight is 20/20. Much easier to know that your gut was right, or even to recognize that you acted on a feeling, several years later. But that precious experiecne does inspire us to listen to those inner voices. I can think of a few times when I did not listen, mostly on minor things, and regretted it.

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  2. This is a very interesting question. I’m a lot older than you but I don’t think I’m any closer to being able to confidently tell the difference between intuition and just plain worrying. I think you are right about the transient nature of worrying. Sometimes I lie awake in the middle of the night worrying about things and then in the morning I can’t quite work out why I was getting myself into a pickle about something. Intuition is definitely more persistent.

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