From their inception, automobiles came equipped with braking systems in order to prevent accidents and injuries. A vial life skill is knowing when to put the brakes on in daily living. For example, when a conversation descends into gossip about others, it’s time to brake. Or when we’re angry with a person, that’s the moment to brake before saying something which can never be taken back. Or, when we’re tired and exhausted, it’s time to brake on making important decisions. Without the ability to brake in life, we can cause ourselves serious problems as well as generate injuries on others fracturing relationships.
Victor M. Parachin ...is a
Vedic educator, yoga instructor, Buddhist meditation teacher and author of a dozen books. Buy his books at amazon or your local bookstore.