The signal turned red and she was in a hurry to attend an interview. She knew she was already late. She was the only person who stood for crossing to the other side of the road. Also, a dog sat next to her. Vehicles stopped coming but the pedestrian signal remained red, almost 20 sec left for it to turn green. She was in a hurry which made her cross the road. She continued to walk and turned back to see the dog which sat next to her. Turning back, she saw the signal turning green and the dog crossing the road.
Now, it’s time for us to think. Aren’t we all like this? We don’t have time to spare; we are all busy living our lives not even knowing the destination. We never know that we ourselves are responsible for the disorder in this world. You would be now thinking that the above incident is very small, but it has got a whole lot of meaning that makes it clear that animals are far better than humans even in small scenarios like those.
The busyness of our day to day lives creates chaos. There is a thin line of connection between order and creativity. Only when you are creative, will you try to understand something is in order or not. If you are reading this, do check your surroundings, see if everything is in order or not. If yes, well and good. But, if not, then do try to organize it so that it will be good considering your health and the people who live with you too.
For understanding more about the disorder, consider your own body. What if your sleep cycle is not in order? Your body won’t assist you with whatever you wish to do if you are not giving enough of rest to your brain. Do you feel its right!? Well, this is the same case with regard to your mind and your surroundings. If you are in the midst of chaos, will your mind think peacefully? It doesn’t take much of your time to keep your things around you in order, I believe.
Procrastination is one major factor that pulls you back from living a life methodically. The more you act than think, the less will be the pandemonium. Well, with this short note, I am signing off to organize my things. Hope you will do the same!
Maintain the decorum of your life, folks!