Are there times you feel you time is limited? For some reason, I have had that feeling. I think part because of the family history. Daddy's family called it " The Curse" Not many made it to 66. Dad had his heart attack @ 58(my age now) and he made it to 66yrs and 3months. Mother was 72 when her heart took her. Since I've been doing genealogy I've found that Heart disease is very stronge on that side as well. I understand that from "Mindfulness Therapy" that I'm allowed to have these feeling,but I get mad at myself for even thinking or feeling this way. It's not like I'm in that bad of shape. 2yrs COPD 6 months confirmed unstable anginia and on meds for that. I can still do things and go; I'm not on oxygen and the meds have helped with the pain. I try and adapt, so on "good days" I do as much as possible and try and enjoy. It's just from being on the go all the time 2yrs ago, to now, it's a shock to the system and mind. It's a battle between the Brain and Body. The brain says,"Why are you resting, there's daylight,you need to do this or that, and the body says go ahead and see what happens,so you go with the head and do what it tells you, and then the next day or that evening the body says Told you so.! It gets tiresome trying to balance everyday chores,when you feel like you could sleep for a week.I've been on med for psychological issues for 4yrs(PTSD,depression,anxiety,ocd,and agoraphobic) so who knows,it could be the depression trying to raise it's ugly head again. It can come at you and you don't even know it; so maybe that's it. I just have this feeling. That all I can say.