Too many people, too many demands, too much to do; competent, busy, hurrying people – It just isn’t living at all.
— Anne Morrow Lindbergh
One wants to do hundred things in no time and at the same time, he wants to be the best in all the hundred. But, just think of it, how practical is it? Amidst running in a hundred different directions, are you able to give your best in at least one?
The answer is, mostly not! Because you’re too busy moving from one thing to another in no time that you are not able to sustain and fulfill even one to its fullest.
Now just imagine, a hundred people running in a hundred places each, what less than chaos is it going to be and then each of us complain, complain about the work we’re doing, the people we’re around and the life we’re living.
But who to blame, since all of us are doing the exact same thing of building the situations and whining about them ourselves. Our main aim should be living life. Even if it means to do just one thing at a time, doing it to the fullest and enrichment through the process of doing it, it’s a hundred percent worth it