Rome

Rome wasn’t built in a day, but these days it seems we all want to do just that or better – how about building it in a minute? Like Mister Maker.

Ambition is good but every now and then, I see the need to calm down, assess the situation and push some things out into the future.

Guess what!!! There’s something called TOMORROW 💃💃🕺🏼🕺🏼and you probably will still be here then. So why kill yourself prematurely by trying to get too many things done TODAY? Notice I said ‘too many’. MANY is fine but TOO MANY isn’t. And our bodies and other indicators signal us when we’re getting to TOO MANY.

A good indicator for me is REST. Once I stack up the activities and I can’t seem to find room for sufficient rest to enable me retain my residence permit or the integrity of my earth suit, i.e., my body, I reassess and push some things to the future – tomorrow, next week, next month, next year – these are some of the available options.

So whenever you begin to feel like you are overwhelmed and you’re losing control, check well. You’ll find a thing or two that can wait till tomorrow. It’s not procrastination; it’s prioritisation for survival. There has to be order and balance in your life. That’s the value of wisdom; it helps you succeed.

I wish you a long and full life – rich with beneficial and fulfilling accomplishments and lived out in perfect health and vitality.

Now if you haven’t watched the studio viral video of my single, titled ‘My Whole Life’, here’s the direct link.

My Whole Life by Anietie Bature

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6 Comments

  1. Bature, true talk, this situation occur most often when we lack proper planning of oir moments, we we use our time carelessly many events that are time bound bounces on us, impacting undue sense of urgency and asking for our immediate attention,so I say this to support your advice,events bound to happen should not meet us suddenly, eg , school fees,House Rents,Feeding,etc a little plan written down in just a moment, can wave a year of stress in the future. Let’s Plan.

  2. I agree we must listen to our bodies. What are they telling us? To sleep, to stop to be silent. I never use to listen to mine, but as I have gotten older I listen loud and clear. I do yoga, read, or sleep to calm me down. Just because we are all over the place doesn’t mean we are actually getting things done.

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