Recently I consulted an eye specialist. “What’s the problem?” the doctor asked.
“Ah..well, I find it difficult to see clearly when the sun has set and the lighting is dim. I think there’s something wrong with my vision.”
She went through my test reports and said “Your vision is perfectly normal.”
“Oh..but then, why can’t see things clearly in dim lights” “Because no one can see things clearly when the lights are dim, that’s how things work.”
“You mean, there’s nothing wrong with my vision!?”
“No, absolutely not!”
Oh, What a relief! And I had been living under the impression that there’s something wrong with my vision, and how wrong I was.
Are you also living under some sort of impression that there’s something wrong with you?
If yes, then just take a deep breath and contemplate. You might just be having unrealistic expectations from yourself.