Wednesday, September 1, 2010

If you're in a hurry, don't go.

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  1. If so, none of us would get anywhere. Welcome to the hamster wheel of life ;-)

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  2. I am often in a hurry - that is usually down to my procrastination so I don't leave enough time to prepare!

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  3. We're in such a rush we never really get anywhere but the end of the week, the end of the month, the end of the year and the end of our life.

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  4. If I am in a hurry, I don't go!! I tell someone else to!!

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  5. Slow and steady is the way to go.

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  6. Yes because accidents happen most of the time when you are not paying attention. H... a very good reminder my friend :)

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  7. Please give an alternative other than coming straight back at you.
    PS I am not in so much of a hurry that I cannot take in wise advice.

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  8. Life in the moment is clearer; rushing makes everything else a blur.

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  9. I agree with this. I can't appreciate anything when I'm rushed. Have a wonderful day ahead Mart =)

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  10. After years of working in high-pressure situations, I found that I was still "always in a hurry" even though I was no longer that pressured. Learning to be leisurely has been a great experience. If you have time. . . check out:
    http://www.i-cant-believe-im-not-bitter.com/2009/july/nothing-doing.html

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  11. I like this one. A paradox that makes me wonder.

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  12. Marty - so glad i ran into you on the Commons yesterday and discovered this piece of your life! Absolutely delightful - light and deep all at once! Count me in as a new follower!

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  13. It's important to take the time to enjoy the experience--so you are absolutely right.

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