Learning to wait not only helps us to introspect our decisions or choices, but also give us the match today time skillfully correct the mistakes that we have committed in the past. If we rush the process, things will not only go wrong but also be worse.
The Jewish New Year began two days ago.
The tradition in religious communities is that schools and businesses close, and everyone spends the first day in synagogue praying for and thinking about what they want in the up coming year.
It is beautiful concept, as it is so easy to get lost in our habits, our work, and our lives that we really forget to rearrange our goals: to remember that we dictate the direction of our lives.
So, dictate. Take a moment, right now, ask yourself if you could change one thing in your life, what would it be?
If it scares you, you’re in the right direction.
Procrastination is often confused with laziness, but they are very different.
Procrastination is an active process – we choose to do something else instead of the task that we know we should be doing. In contrast, laziness suggests apathy, inactivity and an unwillingness to act.
Procrastination usually involves ignoring an unpleasant, but likely more important task, in favor of one that is more enjoyable or easier.
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