The art of never getting it done
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The art of never getting it done

We never get it done.

Our belief that we’re meant to is the cause of much of the stress we see today.

Does that mean that tasks remain unfinished, goals unachieved? Maybe. Or not at all.

It really doesn’t matter. Because there’s always more.

It’s how we feel about it that creates our life story. Sometimes it can seem like our worth depends upon it. We can choose to buy into that. Or not.

It’s easy to wear our stress as a badge of honour, but at the end of our life who really will care?

It’s easy to live as though we’ll live forever.

But how long is a piece of string? In string as in life, the fact is we don’t know.

How much time do we spend worrying over things that don’t matter?

How often do we continue on, believing the pursuit noble without taking into account the cost/benefit analysis writ large on the faces of those around us?

How would life change if we celebrated the fact that we never get it done?

It’s only ever a shift in perspective.

Here’s to shifts in perspective!