“The feeling of being rushed saturates our entire way of life.”
—Richard Carlson & Joseph Bailey, Slowing Down the Speed of Life
What does it mean to be saturated?
What comes to mind for me is a skin care commercial touting some wonder cream, embracing every pore of one’s skin with moisture.
What if being rushed was more like a coat of paint that clogs every pore and does not allow us to breath, eventually suffocating us? Consider the scene in the James Bond film Goldfinger, in which one character was killed by being covered in gold.
To what degree and in what ways is rushing around saturating your life?
How and in what ways can you wash away these barriers today, to experience greater freedom, and breathe easier?