“Pay attention in the present moment. Drink your tea slowly and revelry, as if it’s the axis on which the world earth revolves – slowly, evenly without rushing towards the future. Live the actual moment, only this moment is life.”
– Thich Nhat Hanh
It took me three days on a week-long vacation to SLOW down, rest and restore.
I had naps in the afternoon instead of writing.
I meditated longer in the morning instead of rushing to get a workout in.
I played in the ocean longer with my daughter Tess, instead of heading to the beach and chunking through the book I was reading.
I was less achievement oriented and I feel like I am coming back more rested!
I lived more in the moment. I did less, and went deeper.
In the end, what’s it all for?
This is one of my daily questions I answer.
I spent some time documenting good moments during the days. Something I can refer back to.
Hopefully I can bring at least 2%+ more of this theme back into my work world and find synchronicity between work, family and life.
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