When you start to teach people about something, it gives you yourself more pressure to be example as well. This is mostly positive thing, because then you start deepen your relationship with the things you are teaching. Often this deepening means that you are thinking what you are teaching learning at the same time from different perspectives.
What I learned this morning about feeling of hurry is this: hurry is just lack of preparation.
This means, if we feel hurry, we have failed to anticipate the stuff we are stressing about presently.
What helps here is to accept the present circumstances and prioritize and think what is truly important, and how important. It’s through prioritization only way that we can live through our commitments and learn to make commitments that are most relevant to us.
Uncertainty makes life difficult. Or life is suffering like the Buddha came to understand.
The ability to accept these and to have a set of thinking skills in the present help to handle almost anything that happens and still live a worthwhile life.
Do not be affected by hurry.
Here are some helpful questions to cope:
- Do I have any problems right now?
- What is the most important priority right now?
- Am I doing my best?
- Is there something I or we can do?
- What would be the first step forward?
- What’s the worst thing that can happen?
- What is positive about this situation?
- Is the worst thing that can happen?
- Is this the end of the world?
- What is the upside?
- How to benefit from this situation?
Have a great evening!