Monday, November 15, 2010

Economy Of Life

It's been a while since I blogged but life has calmed to a dull roar so I should have time to write again. Thank you for being patient with me.

My thoughts today are about economy of our resources in all aspects of our lives. Just as we need to turn out lights when we leave a room and turn the shampoo bottle upside down on the shelf so we get every drop, we need to conserve our personal resources.

We have just so much energy available to us each day. If we use that energy for positive uses then we end the day with a satisfied feeling and we probably accomplished something that needed doing. But when we waste our limited energy on negatives like worry and stress then we end the day wondering where the time went. When we are stressed all day we feel like life is passing us by and we are right. We have but one life and it needs to be lived and not spent in worry about things that are not as we want them.

We must empower ourselves to solve our own problems so we can get on with the living and stop the road blocks from holding us back. To many people don't accept the responsibility for their own happiness, they blame others. I've known people who were done with a necessary task as soon as they could think up an excuse for not being able to do it.

There are things that we can't control, but there are a lot more that we can. When we wake each day we have to make a committment that we will live this day and not waste it, I promise that we will never have a chance to live this day again. But each morning that we wake we have another chance and a new beginning.

Thanks for reading

Rambling Panda

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