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  • Writer's pictureSteve Squassoni

Breaking Free From Time

Take time for yourself

In our fast-paced world, time seems to be both a precious commodity and a merciless taskmaster. We are constantly chasing after it, trying to squeeze every minute out of our days in pursuit of our goals and ambitions. But in this relentless pursuit, we often forget to pause and savour the simple joys of life – our passions, our relationships, and the beauty of the present moment.


It's all too easy to get caught up in the frenzy of our aspirations, constantly planning and striving for the future. We meticulously plot out our career trajectories, set ambitious targets for ourselves, and tirelessly work towards achieving them. Yet, in this relentless pursuit of success, we can inadvertently sacrifice the very things that give our lives meaning – our connections with loved ones, our hobbies, and the moments of quiet reflection that nourish our souls.


Remember, life is not just about reaching our destinations; it's about the journey itself. Our plans and ambitions are important, but they should not overshadow the beauty of the here and now. It's crucial to carve out moments in our busy schedules to pause, to breathe, and to relish the present moment.


So, let's challenge the constraints of time that we impose upon ourselves. Let's make a conscious effort to prioritise what truly matters – our relationships, our passions, and our own well-being. Let's learn to slow down, to appreciate the small wonders that surround us, and to find fulfilment in the simple act of being present.


Because ultimately, when we look back on our lives, it won't be the number of tasks we crossed off our to-do lists or the milestones we achieved that bring us the most joy. It will be the memories we've created, the connections we've forged, and the moments of pure, unadulterated happiness that we've savoured along the way.


So, take a moment today – just one moment – to pause, to breathe, and to fully immerse yourself in the beauty of the present. For when it's gone, it's gone. And it's in those fleeting moments that the true magic of life resides.



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