Saturday, 14 March 2015
Often when we are engrossed in a task, we get interrupted and we may feel angry because it has interfered with our flow of thought.
But these sort of interruptions are going to happen, no matter what we do.
Instead of getting angry and frustrated, we should try to accept that they are going to happen, despite our best plans and adapt to them.
Sometimes they may actually aid us, by giving us important information or by making our day more interesting.
We should look upon them as opportunities, rather than inconveniences.
If our lives had no interruptions, imagine how boring they would be.
Accept and use these interruptions as a way of adding to the richness of your life.