Life does’t have a pause button. There is no “do-overs” or second chances; a person only has one chance. People go though this life thinking they can make up the time lost and begin focusing on mundane tasks. Work becomes priority and would rather spend late nights at the office than with taking time to be with family, or even taking the time to get to know themselves. A majority of adults don’t truly know who they are; they forget what it means to live life. Many individuals do not know how to have rest or even to breathe. It is important to create the time to rest mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually than to be continually be busy. Take time to know yourself.
Mentally breaks need to be made. There are too many people rushing through life that they don't have time to organize their thoughts. The expression “scatter braided is used quite often because its true. Organizing thoughts takes too much time and effort. Taking the time to sort through thoughts of past, present, and future can help have a more productive day. If someone can’t even figure out what happened five years ago, how are they supposed to figure out today? Thought reflection in the past is healthy up to a certain point. Spending too much time reflecting can leave a person feeling stuck. If a situation is still bothersome, why? Looking at past actions can help history not repeat itself; when thought processes are correct, decisions made will be good. Taking time to organize thoughts to understand why will help a person become more balanced.
Today, there are too many people that do not have a handle on their emotions. Since they have not established a system on how they think, their emotions are all over the place. People are stressed because they do not know how to handle emotions. When someone ignores how to control emotions, they are saying that they do not care about their life. Handling emotions wrong could lead to destructive behavior. People either handle life internally or externally . Handling emotions correctly can lead to less stress in the future. Understanding how to take care of small problems now will decrease the likelihood of there being large problems in the future.
Physical health flows into everything and every part of life is effected by this area. Mental and emotional state are greatly effected by how much sleep is received, how much and what type of food is eaten, and if exercise is in a routine schedule. Resting physically could simply mean taking a break from the schedule adapted. Not very many people get the energy, the rest, or the exercise needed. The body is a machine, it needs the proper amount...