Okay, after procrastination the whole week and after watching lots of Sailor Moon openings and transformations, I think I’m finally ready to write a blog-post I wanted to write the last days…
Almost 2012! Time is flying so fast, doesn’t it? And a lot of people start to think about their resolutions and what they want next year. And I’m sure some of you want to exercise, eat healthier, do this and that. Me too!
But after writing down some of my resolutions I realised that there is more than just to do more sport, stop biting fingernails and drinking more water.
I realised that we should take care of ourselves. Not only from the outside, but also from the inside. To stop worrying, reduce stress, establishing a harmonious balance in our daily life.
And most importantly – live in day-tight compartments.
Life is slipping away with incredible speed, isn’t it? We are so stressed that we think we have not enough time. We have just 24h hours a day and we have to make most of that time. It is true, but we shouldn’t forget that too much is too much.
You can compare that with an hourglass. There are thousands of grains of sand on the top and they all pass slowly and evenly through the narrow neck in the middle. And without breaking the hourglass, there’s nothing that can be done on our part to allow even just one more grain of sand to pass through its neck.
So think about yourself. If you try to get too much stuff done in just one day and don’t let them pass slowly through the day, one at a time, you can easily break yourself. Not only physically, but also mentally.
If you think about it, life is short but you want to make the most of it. Enjoy your life and be happy. But can you, if you just worry about the past or the future? That you don’t have enough time to do this and that?
“Life, we learn too late, is in the living, in the tissue of every day and hour.”
I have to admit, I’m really a stressful person even if people tell me “oh you are always so easy-going.” Yeah, I am, but sometimes I just so stressed and afraid of everything that I just panic.
But this time I really want to work on myself. I don’t want to be afraid of the future, of changes, see the best in everything and be more positive. I want to live in day-tight compartments until bedtime and just don’t worry and be happy!
“Those who do not know how to fight worry die young.”
There is so much to say but I don’t want to make this post too long, so I keep it for the next one. I hope there is someone out there who agrees with me and want to work on the inner self!
Therefore I hope everyone has an awesome start in 2012!
And don’t forget to Smile!!
Have a wonderful year full of happiness and everything you wish!