When I read this question yesterday, I was
experiencing an intense sadness.
Reason is, that I had been playing Bach's St. Matthew's Passion on my car stereo when driving to work and got to the part "Erbarme Dich" ("Have Mercy"), which is one of the most emotional parts of the whole piece. It also was one of the favourite pieces of music of my mother's. As you may know my mother passed away last December, so listening to that music brought back strong memories of her, which made me sad.
It did reconfirm my feelings about the situation, though, as it is often hard to find the appropriate time to deal with the mourning process.
The question also makes me think about "experiencing right now" and its relation to the Witness of the causal state. More about that in the next blog entry.