Jan
26

The Most Powerful Mantra to Kill Stress

Author // Suresh Padmanabhan
Posted in // Life

Slow Down Your Life Now


The mark of a successful person is one that has spent an entire day on the bank of a river without feeling guilty about it. 
~Author Unknown

I read this on the net and was so inspired. You would too after reading this;
This Poem was written by a terminally ill young girl in a New York hospital.

 

SLOW DANCE
Have you ever
watched kids

On a
merry-go-round ?

Or listened to
the rain

Slapping on
the ground?

Ever followed
a butterfly’s
erratic
flight?


Or gazed at
the sun into
the fading
night?

You better
slow down.

Don’t dance so
fast.

Time is short.

The music
won’t last.
Do you run
through each
day

On the fly?

When you ask
How are you?

Do you hear
the reply?
When the day
is done   !

Do you lie in
your bed
With the next
hundred chores

Running
through your
head?

                                       You’d better
slow down  

Don’t dance so
fast.

Time is short.

The music
won’t last.
Ever told your
child,

We’ll do it
tomorrow?

And in your
haste,

Not see his
sorrow?

Ever lost
touch,

Let a good
friendship die

Cause you
never had time

To call and
say,”Hi”

                                       You’d better
slow down. 

Don’t dance so
fast.

Time is short.
The music
won’t last.

When you run
so fast to get
somewhere

You miss half
the fun of
getting there.

 

When you worry
and hurry
through your
day,

 

It is like an
unopened
gift….

Thrown away.

Life is not a
race.

Do take it
slower

Hear the music
Before the
song is over.

                                       You’d better
slow down. 
          

This young girl has 6 months left to live, and as her dying wish, she wanted to send a letter telling everyone to live their life to the fullest, since she never will.

She’ll never make it to prom, graduate from high School, or get married and have a family of her own.     

Let us learn from her before it is too late -

Some Actions that we can Take

For the next 21 days Just Slow Down Each Activity for the Magic of Life to Unfold to the wonders unimagined.  Relax, take life on a slow cruise.

When you get up, just don’t just jump out of the bed.  Take time to appreciate all the Good things, and the nice People that you have been blessed with. Thank God for a great day and a great life. Thank God for being alive.

For the next 21 days brush slowly, bathe slowly, eat slowly, drive slowly. Do all actions like you see a movie in a Slow Motion.  Experience a whole new chemistry of your body, and the rhythm of life as it changes for your own Good.

Remember Speed Kills.


A poor life this if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare.

~William Henry Davies

Suresh Padmanabhan

Suresh Padmanabhan is an author, a public speaker, a columnist, and the creator of Money Workshop. He is also the creator of amazing workshops like Sankalpa Siddhi, Ancient Secrets of Life and Veda of Life His book I Love Money has been translated into 11 Indian and foreign languages and is an international best seller. His recent inspirational fiction “On Cloud 9" is creating waves all over. He has toured across various parts of the world conducting Money Workshops since the last 12 years. He has spoken to more than a million people worldwide and also to various corporate on varied topics connected with self-growth, money, wealth creation, spirituality, and stock markets. All his workshops and books are in-depth and of full intensity for applying on a day-to-day basis. He loves the wisdom of Ancient India—the rich lineage of Rishi’s, Guru’s, and Masters; feels the completeness in their teachings; and believes that India has timeless wisdom to share to the world. All his works will reflect this philosophy. He is proud to be an Indian and wants the world to recognize the rich heritage of India. His aim is to have impact on millions of people worldwide and raise their level of consciousness in all areas, especially pertaining to Money, Life, and Spirituality.

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