my life, my whirlpool
I'm glad I found this metaphor to easily visualize how my life happened
for the past 4 weeks. A whirlpool of questions, scenarios to be assessed and
decisions to be made quickly, with no flaws. A company I used to work for
used to say this (with regards to some requests we used to receive from some
clients): you cannot have something fast, cheap and top quality -- and now that
I think about it, this is how I sometimes expect things to happen in my life:
fast, best and with no flaws. Reality shows that we can only pick 2 out
of 3 to be realistic in our expectations.
Anyway, now that calm took over again my life, I can take a breath and
relax. As a result, tomorrow I plan to go swimming. I might also consider the
whirlpool, but this time at my own will and choice.