The alarm clock rings. You feel stressed and exhausted, but work doesn’t wait. You wake up, rush to the toilet and wash your face.
You realise to be alive and reach the kitchen. The intense smell of coffee permeates the room, but you have no time to notice it. You swallow the cup of coffee and jump right into your car. After fighting down the streets for 20-30 minutes you finally get to work. Your boss is already there, waiting for you.
Work is hard, but you work tirelessly, completing a task after another. After a short break for lunch you dive again into your talks. The day goes fast, you feel like you have no time to lose.
Work is finally over, but it’s late. You need to get back home, prepare dinner and enjoy your hardly gained spare time. Tomorrow is going to be another hard day.
Day after day you keep following the same routine. You keep chasing that spare time which seems to get shorter and shorter. What you truly miss is the overwhelming majority of your day. And this is because you can’t help but think about you need to do, about what you think you must do.
Pursuing this path makes you completely blind. This endless scheme makes you forget that you are not alone, you are part of a greater picture.(read more..)