• Keiko Yoneyama-Sims

Where is your focus?

It was raining hard today in Denver, and I just had a moment of thought while using windshield wiper. It was moving quite fast and I am easily distracted by these things. so I was trying so hard not to be distracted by this quickly moving windshield wiper which was wiggling in front of me! and it was hard to keep my focus on the road (which was half white because of the rain) and surroundings. And I thought it is like making any changes in life. There are always some distraction wiggling its tail in front of us, like bad weather, deadline, spilled coffee, someone's critical comment etc. Not because it is trying to detract you, but just because it just happens in life. But most important thing is to focus beyond that wiggling tail and look where we are heading toward. 

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