it’s all so very fast and uncontrolled. There’s not rhythm, no harmony, no grace in the world outside the door. The world is involved in a great race towards an unseen end with no great prize to be claimed, except for the inevitable. I feel sorry for the human race, to be honest. For the most part, I think people have lost sight of what life is truly about. People have lost the ability to simply sit back and enjoy the moment. I’ll admit, I’m surly one of the worst offenders, but how I would love the chance to slow down. How Michelle would
love for me to take the time to just enjoy the day. Just one day.
If anything, my drive is what is hindering my progress towards sustainability, though that’s what I’m driving for.. I know it doesn’t really make much sense at first, but when you think about it, it makes perfect sense. I have been working so hard that I’m missing important details. I’m even backtracking to a point.I’m pushing myself so hard that I find myself flustered all too often. I read all these great articles by all these great bloggers, and journalists, and I see myself doing what they have achieved. I find myself setting a goal in my head to achieve the levels of amazing that they have achieved, but aiming to achieve the goals by next week, knowing full well that it’s not an overnight process. I need to get back on the right track. I need to take things in stride.
Tonight I’m listening to Chopin. Tonight I’m taking it easy. Breathe. Breathe. Things will happen, Scott, just be patient…