I think that this day and age calls for lifestyles that are busy, fast-paced and absolutely hectic. As a result, there seems to be not enough quality time being spent. For example, most people wake up; grab a cup of coffee on your way out the door. You might sit down and have something only it you have children or a spouse, but nine out of ten times so probably don’t finish your breakfast.
You then get on the freeway rushing trying to bet the traffic, it you get traffic then that’s another forty five to an hour. You get to work and the only time you get a break is at lunch time, but you have to hurry up and get back to work before the boss open his/her mouth. You might get a fifteen minutes break now and then, but what is fifteen these days. Fifteen minutes in this time is like a couple of minutes.
At the end of your work day, you have to go through the same procedure with the traffic to get home. If you have children, that’s a second job by it self. By the time you get the house in order, you are so tired, that it is almost unbearable. Then after such unrest less night of sleep, you wake up and have to do it all over again.
This procedure goes on day after day, while missing out on what is important.
We tend to get lost in the flurry of things, and sometimes the most important things are neglected. Things like a normal conversation between you and the children, or your spouse, your health, laughing and having fun now and then. Study shows that things like these will not just make you feel better but put you in a position to have a long life span.
And the most important thing of it all is your spiritual time where you and God communicate. Whether you go in your closet, bathroom, sit in you vehicle, there should be some mediation time. In other words you must prayer.
When we miss out on what really matters, this creates a vacuum in our lives that cannot be filled. We end up searching for the missing piece in all the wrong places, and this can cause all this unexplained frustration in living the unfulfilled life, which causes unnecessary worries and anxieties.
Motivation speaker/author Carl Mathis
Author of life is what you make it – seven steps to moving forward.
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