Ten minutes is enough to clear the mind, to listen to your heart, and to align yourself with what is truly important. But I urge you to do it before the busyness kicks in and before the daily rush takes you away from yourself. Do it now. To support you in your meditation here is a poem I wrote called “Prizes of NOW.”
This constant busyness is not really
The urge to keep moving forward
is not it either.
The daily schedule is mostly a
distraction, truth be told.
If I was to stop, I mean really stop,
I fear I might lose my way. But I
am already lost.
If I was to stop, I mean totally stop,
I fear I might fall apart. But my
life is already in pieces.
If I was stop, stop, stop,
I fear I might die.
And yet, because I will not stop,
I fear I am not really alive.
It’s in the spaces that exist in the
chains of busyness, that
I find myself again.
It’s when I stand still, even for just
a moment, that I win the
prizes of now.
It’s when I am willing not to be too
busy that I really start