“If you want to build something extraordinary, you can’t take an ordinary path.” Gary Friedman (CEO, Restoration Hardware) during an interview by Jim Cramer.
“I’m old. You’re going to have to try to make sense.”
I fill the sink with the circle of bowl, and batter floats up in suds. I wash. I see my reflection in the stainless of the tap. I know you, those seeking eyes. You’re the one in dire need of time, that thing we can’t buy, what we sell of ourselves to get more of what we think we want, what we sacrifice to seemingly gain.
They say time is money, but that’s not true. Time is life. And if I want the fullest life, I need to find fullest time. I wipe a water spot off the tap; there is a reflection of me. Oh yes, I know you, the busyness of your life leaving little room for the source of your life. I’m the face grieving. God gives us time. And who has time for God?
Which makes no sense.
From One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Right Where You Are, by Ann Voskamp
[et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”]You have to create the quiet to be able to listen to the very faint voice of your intuition.
Jon Favreau – American Actor / Film Maker
Which confirms for me that it’s not possible to do your best thinking without creating the conditions to do so.
Which reminded me of a previous blog entry. Where to Think[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column]