Rushing leaves room for disappointments…do they always?
We aren’t always open to the art of waiting.
It takes wisdom to recognise that good things take time…
We all have this inner knowledge that patience is needed to be able to fully enjoy our lives without our choices crippling ourselves in some way.
This rush for something we aren’t yet ready for, is not necessarily something we can fight against.
To be able to recognise why we are rushing, we must have a whole picture of where we stand, and discover the reason why we feel like rushing.
As you experience the Eureka moment of the reason, you can find a solution, an alternative to rushing…
You can find the place, a place where you should be rushing to! How paradoxical! 🙂
Keep your heart, mind, soul, open…
Discover the reason for this need to rush into something then work around to find exactly where you should be rushing to instead.
Life’s a puzzle. Enjoy putting the pieces back together!
You learn one’s strength of character by the way one tackles the everyday struggles and challenges of life.
If people cheat, run, and goes overboard facing simple things, be sure they won’t be able to stand up and stay firm when matters get more complicated.
I noticed how this craze for everything easy and this mindset of instant gratification has found a way in almost every consciousness.
“i want it all and i want it now” is an utopia.
The greatest culminating moments of one’s life are but the products of long hours of sweating, perseverance and willpower…
Sure, it is easy and safe to run away, to take the shortest route to a destination, or to take the most widely used roads… However, you are denying yourself the opportunity to learn and grow in strength and wisdom.
The most beautiful things are those unseen treasures lying just behind the repulsive stained windows.
Wash your eyes clean and see through the windows how wrong you are pursuing what is easy and ephemeral over the real deal.
Tomorrow another challenge awaits me, and although all I want to do is sleep and not go to where my responsibilities call me, I will wake up and face it one more time.