"Nature does not hurry, but everything is accomplished." - Lao Tzu
I like this new direction.
Great article. Thank you for the perspective. Couldn't agree more. As a young male, I can testify to this 100% that I fall into the trap of speed almost every day. The days I do, I don't even know who I am. The days I slow down and am 'stil' but focused and discipline, those are the days I feel closest to God.
"Instead of trying to move at an insanely high speed, we can think about building something massive." Well said!
One of the best reads I have come across and a constant reminder to focus on building mass in whatever area of interest as opposed to focusing on speed.
Love the comment on change you’ve felt since having your daughter. Family is the first thing that popped into my mind with the idea of building mass.
This is the article that led me to become a subscriber! After reading this article, I sent it to all of my mom friends, who I often speak with about feeling like we're speeding everywhere. Becoming aware of the "accelerants" and "decelerants" was a fantastic idea, and immediately actionable. The Medley was an excellent gift to your readers, so I honor it for all it has done, and yet find myself more excited than ever to read the latest installment of Infinite Play!
very well written. So relatable. Going on meditation retreat is like growing your own oak tree.
Hi Nat. This is my first reading of yours. Loved the analogy and the way of story telling. Will read more of yours :)
Can I ask why psych books accelerate us?