The driver’s seat

Wake up in the morning, making coffee, then wake the kids, their lunch boxes, dropping them off to school rush to the clinic, market, this and that the entire schedule is like a mad hatters party. It is as though I am sitting in a car and being driven by someone else. It is as though I am driving yet I am not in the drivers seat.

This is not only me, many of us go from one thing to another until we end up back at home in the evening with just enough time to wind up for the day. We seem to just drift without taking stock our bigger picture or doing a single spontaneous thing for the day.

Maybe some time we should grant ourselves the luxury of sitting back figuring what we want and get right back into the driver’s seat. This could be a little uncomfortable at times, maybe we carry the onus of having to be responsible for any crash but the journey might at the end of it all be more worthwhile.

We can spend a little more time with ourselves and our family.

Wishing you a happy journey.

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