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Always question... BY: Christopher Jay Agudo

Chris Agudo

We can seem to be susceptible, at times, to being lazier than a koala that is eating bamboo. Don't get me wrong, Koala's and bamboo are awesome and being lazy just happens sometimes. After all, it is best to listen to yourself and your insights. If you're very tired, rest. Don't force yourself to stay awake. If you're very full of food, eat nothing more, do not force yourself to eat more. If you're feeling lazy and just want to kick back and do nothing, kick back and do nothing, don't force yourself to do something if you don't have the urge to do so.

It comes down to us truly listening to ourselves and our insights, yet then a question could be posed, "is there a line when it comes down to this? Where do we draw the line?" Why pose that question? Because what if you start becoming a lazy person always due to you just accepting the idea of doing nothing and kicking back because you "feel" the need to do that. I named this article "Always question" because I am going to discuss just exactly where we can draw that line, signifying to us when it does become too much. I back myself up with the idea of truly listening to myself and my insights, so if I am feeling lazy and want to kick back, do nothing and watch a movie, I do it. I release the little lazy person in me to be as lazy as possible, and enjoy it, because I deserve that moment of relaxation. But before I get right into lazy mode, I question myself and really make sure I truly FEEL lazy in that moment, that I really just want to kick back and do nothing. What do I mean? Here is an example with a thought of eating something: ...

"Man I sure am hungry, I could really enjoy some peanut butter and jelly and snacks right about now." The thought came to be, so I walked to the pantry in the kitchen. Grabbing the jar of peanut butter, I realized I just ate dinner an hour ago and recall getting pretty full. In that moment, I stopped and questioned myself. "I ate not too long ago, am I still hungry? I don't feel hungry, still a little full... so why am I going to eat more?"
There it is, folks. That is the fine line that we draw in that scenario. I as well questioned myself to make for certain what would be. If I just accepted the thought I had about eating and went on automatic like a zombie, then I would have eaten, but probably would have regretted it later, seeing that I was still a little full. So, always ask to make certain what you are about to do before you do it. That will give you the answer, if its beneficial for you in that moment, or not quite so.

When you notice yourself following the same routine of "being lazy" and doing nothing and kicking back, Get up and get to it. Question yourself if you really should be lazy in that moment, or maybe you just formed it into a habit. That would be tiresome after a while. So, listen to yourself and your insights, yet always question before just accepting it to be the case, whatever it may be. You might get a yes to go ahead with it, just from thinking about it, or you might get a no to not go ahead with whatever it is you were about to do. If you are in a lazy slump, get up and get to it! 

So listen to yourself, trust yourself, your insights and do what you feel you are feeling. But FIRST question if it is really worth it do so so at that moment. If so, then it resonates at that time and makes sense, if not, then it is not really worth doing it. If you seem to be caught in lazy slump, get up and get to it!

Posted on Monday, September 22 @ 11:40:28 CDT by admin

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