Monday's unhurryUp! Moment
Worry incites hurry. Hurry robs us of delight. Delight only happens in being attentive to the present moment.
Try this Exercise
Today when you find yourself in a rush, ask yourself, "What is my core worry?"
For example, you might worry that being late means people will see you as _______. The core worry, then, isn't being late, it's what others think of me - which may actually be at the core of most of our worry and what robs us from living fully alive in the present moment.
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