Seriously, what’s up with this? “Busy” has become the new “good” when people ask us how we’re doing. Rarely do we appreciate any empty space in our lives, which is important time for reflection, meditation, or for any inspiration to grow. No one takes the time to rest anymore, for fear of it being deemed lazy. Many of us are getting “busy” and distracted because we are uncomfortable with sitting with ourselves, our truths, and our emotions. It’s also hard to be focused and successful at something if our world is cluttered with too many things to do. Seriously, can we stop this madness?
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