One of the pilots was concerned about the direction and strength of the wind because, in his own words, his gear was not as rugged as the other pilot's. In fact, in the photo below, you can see him looking out over the valley and feeling and seeing the winds.
Perhaps instead of lamenting a lack of time, we can replace that lament with a few positive actions that may make our lives, and our use of time, much more beneficial.
The longer we carry the bottle, the heavier it gets, even though its weight does not change. The same is true for stress, worry, anger and hatred.
I learned yesterday that a group of software developers in Ukraine developed an app, called Air Alert, that would sound an alarm and notify Ukrainians living within a specific region whenever there was danger from the war.
If a normal picture speaks a thousand words, his video spoke terrabytes of words, and emotions, and inspiration.
That one key factor is that we cannot apply rationality and logic to a completely illogical and irrational situation. In this specific case, I am referring to the actions of Russia's "leader", Vladimir Putin.
There are some who are hiking miles and miles today, out of pure necessity. They either start walking or face the violence, cruelty and unforgiving nature of war.
It was once said, “It is not enough to be busy; the question is, what are we busy about?” Make no doubt, all schools are busy. What a school chooses to be busy about not only defines the school, but sets each school apart—one from another.
Your true self is your true identity. Trying to be something or someone else or for someone else leads to dissastifaction in life.
We choose the path of our lives. That path can include anger or joy. Which one do you choose?