The point of time management is that if you do not try to greedily rush time, trying to do tomorrow today, then there is enough time for everything that is needed in excess. Most of what is done in advance and in reserve is useless.
Pride is greed, locked in an instant, like gin in a bottle. All efforts of pride are futile, for in a moment they are already dead. Pride tries to store all the energy and spend it in an instant. If pride is subdued and stretched a little over time, it will turn into truth, that is, into reality.
Once you've done the job, let it go at once, that is, be ready to redo it. Work, as well as restore order, can be infinite. To restore order, that is, to redo everything, you need at least once a week, or even daily.
And it was dark until the 6th hour. What does that mean? This means that you need to have patience to achieve perfection. When you reach perfection by the 7th year of work, there will be light as a symbol of warmth and energy.
If the case is not pret, then something is missing. Maybe oil, maybe brains. But more often than not, you just haven't done everything you had to do, and the reward is already demanded, as for what was done.
You're rushing to the fruits, you push over what grows by itself, spend time dancing with tambourines and useless instead of useful to engage in. You're not frugal, you're wasteful ...it's a sin that kills your luck.
You did one good thing and you think it's gonna count? Naive!!! For a good thing to work, you have to do it all the time ...hundreds ... thousands of times... The system is very stable and does not respond to single anomalies.
There is a truth and a lie in the system. Any action you take produces true and false consequences. True consequences are those that are not afraid of time.
When you did a good and big thing and threw it into water, the first thing that happens is a splash and waves… This superficial effect does not last long… Of more importance are long-term consequences. When you feed fish, it is very important who comes. The more you throw into water and the longer you wait, the bigger fish will come to you. First small fish will show up and then the heavyweights will come to swallow them.
The point Is, whatever you do, the result will be the same. You blame people, yourself, or circumstances for doing the wrong thing, and you should have done it differently... but the truth is, whatever options you choose, the result will be the same.
You should hurry and not rush at the same time. If you are in a hurry, you will be overcome by the fear of being late, and the fear will start to slow you down. If you don't hurry at all, you will be too lazy to spend energy on things that don't matter, and you will also slow down.
Vicious people are affected by pride, and pride is, among other things, ignorance and greed. The proud think: "When I stop sinning, I'll be happy right away." Greed and impatience take possession of the souls of the proud. It always seems to the proud that you can buy off your sins for cheap… They want to be faster and cheaper. No, it won't work that way. You've sinned so much, you'll pay so much. For repentance and salvation, you will give everything you have. If you want your soul back and stop suffering, you will have to serve the virtues as faithfully as the vices. You don't want to pay? Well, burn-burn clearly, so that it does not go out.
Forgetting is the same as destroying in the real world. Thoughts are forgotten, things are destroyed. In order not to forget, you need to build well, slowly, carefully and constantly repair. In order not to be destroyed, you need to repeat constantly, maintain attention and take your time, doing everything slowly and carefully.
Walking slowly is more productive than running fast. You will walk hundreds and thousands of kilometers, but running will quickly exhaust you, and your soul will be filled with greed and greed. You have spent too much energy, now you are greedily looking for something to replenish it and are greedily afraid to spend too much. Now, instead of moving toward your goal, what are you doing?