Have you ever noticed, time just keeps doing its thing. It keeps ticking away regardless of what the rest of the world is doing. One tick forward at a time. What if we applied this to ourselves? When the world seems to be in chaos are we able to continue to take one step forward at a time?
Time becomes relative when we learn to appreciate it will pass regardless of our thoughts and actions. We can begin to look at life with a new perspective, when we become in harmony with time. Instead of fighting time and trying to work against it, if we embrace time we are opened up to a new level of understanding of how we can benefit from it.
We all have our own methods of evaluating and utilizing our time. If we are to make progress, we have to let the opinions of others regarding the value of our time, to be put aside. What one individual find valuable with our time, another may see it as a waste of time. What is important, is how we view the value of our time. What are we doing daily, to demonstrate value to ourselves?
Some of our methods may appear to be odd to others. That's okay. It's not their time which we are spending, it is ours. What may be seen as odd to one, may be normal to another. It comes down to each individuals natural workflow pattern. When we develop and fine tune our pattern which helps us achieve what we desire, we don't need to worry about whether it fits for another person to duplicate. Fill free to share what works. Others may incorporate your pattern or may take portions of it and implement it into their own workflow pattern.
By taking time with with ourselves we can explore, experiment, and tweak things to fine tune our natural workflow pattern. Part of analyzing what works for us, is clearing out what doesn't work. If our mind is cluttered with confusion, we may have to do some deep cleaning to clear away what doesn't work so we can polish what does.
Time doesn't get mad about how much time you spend with it. It just keeps ticking away. Learn from time, and keep ticking forward.
Being 'normal' is based on personal opinion. One person's odd, is another person's normal. Just be you.
In the depths of your mind is where you'll find the answers. Those depths may be cluttered. That's when you get out your cleaning supplies and get busy.
What will you do today, to build a better tomorrow?