Well, I was going to call this "Back in Hell", but in all fairness and an attempt to set an example of looking on the bright side, I do get paid for sitting here, so it's not all bad.
There's a topic that has come up several times with different people, today: the attempt to live by the first part of the Hippocratic Oath: "first, do no harm". Unfortunately, it's not possible. Sure, maybe "minimum harm"; no one wants to hurt people deliberately. But the fact is, there's no way to negotiate the minefield of possible harms. Often, the only way to avoid hurting one person or group is to harm another in some way. The best you can hope for is some sort of compromise. At worst, it can seem that everyone gets hurt.
The important part of this is the potential guilt that tends to accompany hurting people. If it's not possible always to avoid hurting people, every person needs a way to handle the guilt that goes with the choice.