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Broken Clocks

Stop Rushing.

“Tomorrow’s never promised” .. “Time waits for one”

Two phrases we use often. Two phrases we allow to dictate our current moves. Two phrases that we use as excuses to settle … settle for mediocrity. Settle for unhappiness. Settle for the bare minimum.

In the same breath, two phrases that make us rush. So many of us are rushing … rushing to be and do things that takes time to develop.

Often times, we see what we want and we want what we want when we want it. In the long run, this prevents us from actually living in the moment. Without living in the morning, we tend to miss very critical lessons that are set in place to help us in the long run. We’re missing out on step B because we’re too focused on step F, theat once we approach step C we have no idea what the hell we’re doing so when we do get to step F; we are just existing. We are so small-minded sometimes that .. at times we’re just happy to be there that we don’t know how to sustain it.

We become selfish in our actions, putting others in positions to make choices that are not beneficial to any party…
… because, we’re rushing. Rushing to be when we should just be living and appreciating.

What are you rushing for? Let me tell you a secret: you will get to where you need to go when you need to be there. You will meet the person you’re supposed to be with when you’re supposed to. You can’t force faith and you can’t fake chemistry… so slow down, be patient … live.

Life is short, too short to rush… too short to not find your soulmate and live happily ever after and too not be happy doing what you love.. but also too short to be unhappy.

Continue to be your best self Day in and day out, and when time runs out you will not have any regrets because you lived the life you wanted.

Stop filling your time with temporary fixes, and inconsistent, mixed energy. life is too much.

2 thoughts on “Broken Clocks

  1. Davontae says:

    Great blog, i think πŸ€” β€œtime” is what has us rushing … at this age you have to be at this level, at this age u should be doing this or at least doing that, we are constantly comparing or timing our lives around something πŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈπŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈπŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈ β€œWho said we only have 24hrs in a day” or 7 days in a week, or 31 days in a month πŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈπŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈπŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈ Life is nothing but a continuation of the day you were born, like one long day.

  2. This is indeed true.! These days I believe trends, internet other people’s situations lack of time/ time managements and others sudden victories play a part in everyone rushing and everything is moving so fast and in fact mostly at the touch of a button via goole/internet. We’ve become so accustomed to technology that we see and use all these great resources and see all these picture perfect things and relationships on the internet it just sticks in our thoughts and begins to manifest. Not knowing what or how long it took people to get what or who they have or where they are. The truth is tradition is very scarce theses days and a lot of people are spoiled, selfish over consumed in everyday life they just want want want and right now! Lol I’ve personal felt this way about not being married before my younger sister and my goals not happening as fast as others.

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