Full life is a good life. We fill our plans with commitments and progress, work and games. We want all our activities to be adequate but even when they are not we tend to keep them anyway. Better full life than not. We would like to thank those who have not found a way to fill their minds.
These prospects lose crucial points – if our lives are full there is no room for anything new.
In the past eleven years, a strip of my garden had been left behind. It always grows huge crops of nets and hogweed. Each winter died again and then reappeared in the spring.
Right from the beginning of this year I have mowed the area regularly. There are still some networks that are seen but amazingly growing next to it is a new selection of plants that were not there before. Simply cutting the growth in a few weeks has changed the crop.
There is a clear analogy here with general comments about life – & # 39; if you do what you've ever done, get what you've always got. "For a second time, change what you do and make a fresh blossom.
If we want to grow further where we are now, both personally and professionally, we need to create a room.
Think of woods planted for lumber. Saplings are first located close to each other to encourage them to grow directly. After a few years, the forester will dilute when some trees are filled up to make room for others to develop. During interviews in the life of the trees, much more thinning will take place for the forest to be fully developed.
If you have traveled in the countryside during the winter, you can see a projection that begins on a traditional route .This strong pruning is the best way to renew it. Even when the old trunk has been cut down on the ground – just a stump – it will make a new young v spring in spring.
It's a fun side to this natural ability. In many areas of waste and sideways, buddleia bushhes are very popular with butterflies. Landowners see the plants as weeds and send men to cut them down. The thing is that pruning stimulates even greater growth!
The acknowledgment that sometimes we need to create a room in our lives has created a service company of dictators. They will help you to prune & # 39; your domestic environment, and some offer similar services to offices.
The scope of pruning goes well beyond the physical environment. For example, we could have goals that have passed their kiosks. They have been part of our spiritual landscape for some time and have been involved in shaping our lives up to this point. But now they are disturbing, even irritability that we no longer need. We can save ourselves by touching the outdated boundaries, which makes room for new, inspiring.
We could have dreams that no longer serve us. They were once a leader who steered our lives and helped to set goals. Now they reflect & # 39; who we were & # 39; rather than & # 39; who we are & # 39; and it's time to let them go.
Some relationships can reduce our growth. A healthy relationship works with mutual benefits so if our own development is broken, it's time to make changes. We can revise the time and energy we add to the relationship. Perhaps this precious resource would be better destroyed differently. We can look for other ways to influence the relationship towards better balance. We could even decide to close and continue.
However, busy and well we are, we can create some space, a little emptiness for new growth. Pruning eliminates the competitive effects that crush fresh shoots. When we have the courage to prune, the pile of & nbsp; stiklum & # 39; are not considered "& may have been", but encouraging steps toward & # 39; what can be "# 39;.