There would never be enough...

In Psychology, procrastination means, "replacing high-priority actions with tasks of lower priority, or doing something from which one derives enjoyment, and thus putting off important tasks to a later time"[source]. While this is a well known bad behaviour, what I am about to share is not really as defined as the term procrastination.

You know those times when you fail to do something because you think there isn't enough time yet for that thing? You feel, very soon, I'd have all the time in the world to do it. Or you feel, this window of time I've got is too little to do this thing I've got to do, I'll wait till I get home; when I am about to sleep; when I retire; when I get married; when I find someone to marry; when I find a publisher; when I get a job; when I get into the university; when I have lots of money! Have you come to notice that if you are not careful, such things never gets done?

Recently, there's something I'd been putting off till when there's be enough time to do it. One night, I got home and I was so tired from work that I felt like doing was knocking off my socks and off to bed. Somehow, I managed to turn on my computer and guess what? The same thing I'd been putting off till when I feel I'd have enough time (say about 3hours), I completed it in less than an hour! Finally, I went to bed relieved and fulfilled. I thought I'd share that with you to begin summoning courage for anything you've put off till later and just bravely get them started! Until you start, you will never be a star.

Thanks for reading and I've missed you all. Getting back to the groove slowly. Please keep praying for me.

- Le Dynamique Professeur

This entry was posted on 15 March 2013. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response.

18 Responses to “There would never be enough...”

  1. Nice to see you back, LDP. Not sure what's been going on but I pray you'll be just fine. Your post 'spoke' to me. Thanks for the message:)

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  2. Will definately keep you in prayer. God is your strength. We've missed you too.

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  3. Great post as usual LDP.
    I know exactly what you are talking about...been hitting that wall these days and I keep saying I'd move it to the weekends when I have time...but the weekends come and same story *sigh*

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  4. bLESSINGS.....
    hope you are well.
    There is a saying in the Islands, "never put off for tomorrow what you can do today" for tomorrow may never come

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  5. Definitely praying for you! I'm such a procastinator, I need to do things asap. Thanks for this post

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  7. Great post! I so feel you…sometimes I come home and crash on the couch. In my head, I tell myself I’m going to to get up and do A B C but I just can’t get my body to obey…lol

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  9. There is a particular thing i have been putting off too... Its time to start and get off my butt. Thanks. Praying for you.

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  10. blessings...
    just ducking in to see how you doing, hope all is well and you are happy and content.

    peace.

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  11. hello LDP, missed reading your posts... how have you been? I trust all is well, sorry I couldn't make it, long story. Blessings and much more to you and yours.

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  14. wow
    you have truly given up blogging, its been 5 months. I hope all is well and you are enjoying and living life to the fullest.

    peace.

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  15. Blessings and Merry Christmas to you and yours. May this season of love be the season that runs through you, your home, your family throughout the year.

    peace.

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