Most of us rush through things because we’re worried that we don’t have enough time to finish. Or because we just want to get things done.
However, rushing makes us anxious and aggravated, it makes sloppy results. It’s easier to take a deep breath and focus on the positives of the situation
than to rush through it.
We exist, now, in this exact moment, in this time, in this body. Yeah there’s a lot of ponder-worthy, perplexing questions about our
existence, but why worry about that? Why worry when you can go? This world is a big place with a lot of complexities. It’s pointless to worry about
one small piece of it when there’s so much out there. We get stuck on minuscule imperfections when there are big and beautiful things in this world,
just begging to be seen. We are focusing on the artificial, when there is so much more natural.
People tend to let the little, unimportant things get to them. However, one bad brush stroke won’t ruin a work of art. There are 86,400
seconds in a day, yet if the first 30 are terrible, we automatically assume that the other 36,370 are going to be just as bad. Thirty seconds is equal
to .08% of your day, in retrospect, that’s basically nothing. So, why let .08% of your day ruin the other 99.92%?
Moments of clarity happen when we let go and focus on the simple things. When you drown yourself in music and forget about the world
around you, because all you can hear is the music and all you can see is the people playing it. It’s like taking a shower after a long day. It’s a
moment of silence in a busy, busy world. These moments only happen so often, so it makes them easy to enjoy; no matter your age.