Yes we should feel bad that Daryl ultimately feels bad that he’s the reason for Glenn dying but Glenn did not deserve that shit.
All Daryl did in that episode was cause trouble and he got off easy because he’s, according to negan, brave or whatever the fuck
Because Glenn did the exact same thing in the last episode. He went up and nearly tackled Negan for threatening Maggie. But he doesn’t get a star for that display of bravery?
Glenn tried to protect someone he loved first, but in the end he died.
Daryl does the same thing and he’s whisked back in line because he’s the fan favorite.

Our spiritual growth is of more value than our material wealth and needs to be given our highest priority.

Sometimes we focus and invest too much into something that do not last forever like career, relationship with other people, and other commitments. We focus too much on these things that we forget what really matters. Life is too short to not live it for the Lord and not live it according to His will.

Because anytime soon He will come, and the careers we have now, the earthly relationships we have and commitments with them won’t help us get to the next level. These won’t save us, only Jesus saves. It is our spiritual well-being that we need to focus on and not these earthly things and sometimes all we need is a little reminder.

What Nobody Tells You About Finding Joy
Sometimes it takes hard work, and that's OK.

One of the biggest hindrances to joy, is the presence of relationships in your life that affect you in a toxic way. People who are constantly negative, have constant drama, make demands of you, misunderstand your motivations or otherwise degrade your sense of value or worth can suck the joy right out of you.

If you find yourself in these kinds of relationships, it might be time to take a step back. Yes, one of the fruits of the spirit is love. But love looks like establishing healthy boundaries and not allowing others to take advantage of you.