"Because of other people," I said. "The main way you use your timesight is to help everyone else out. You're not the one who causes the problem -- you're the one who gets called in after someone else causes a problem." I looked at Sonder. "In a lot of ways you're an example of what's best about Light mages. But it makes it hard for you to understand people like me and Deleo. When you really and truly screw things up -- when you look around and realize that your life's a disaster and it's nobody's fault but your own -- then it makes you ask some hard questions. You look into the mirror and you realize you don't much like the person looking back at you. And you start figuring out how to change that." I shrugged. "Or your stop looking into mirrors... You've never had to do that. You've never had to really stop and question your beliefs, because they've worked. It's not a bad thing. Just... remember that it's not that way for everyone else."
--- CHOSEN by Benedict Jacka, pages 156-157, last and first paragraphs.
This is the last paragraph I read.