I haven’t yet met the person who doesn’t find lame excuses in order to postpone this or that. However, there are some things you should never postpone. Wondering what they are?
As we grow up, we find ourselves being busier and busier. We have more responsibilities, more things are happening into our lives as we become teenagers, young adults, adults and so on. Each stage comes with its ups and downs, but the only thing that has a linear decrease is the ability or will to do things in their own time.
We are allowed to not be able to do everything at the right moment.
It is impossible sometimes to keep up with life and all its events. It is only human to want to take a break sometimes. However, there are some things we should never postpone.
Which things are these, do you ask? Hang on tight. Here they come.
1. Time with the people you care about.
Never postpone spending time with the people you care about, because as we all know, time passes, people get old and bad things can happen 1 minute later. You never know if it’s the last time you get to hug, talk, or simply just look at the persons you care about. It is a harsh truth, but a truth nonetheless.
I am not saying this to make you sad, but to get you to understand the fact that you should take advantage of every moment to spend time with people you care about. Don’t postpone for stupid things or out of laziness. You will be surprised how much this will matter later on.
2. Doing what you enjoy
No, you won’t have time tomorrow, next week or next year. Each day brings unpredictable events. You won’t have more time tomorrow than you have now.
It’s now, or never! I ain’t gonna live forever. - Bon Jovi
Trust me, you won’t have more free time tomorrow, next week or in an year from now. You won’t have more time when you finish school, college or move somewhere else. As Bon Jovi said, it’s now, or never.
I’m not talking only about school, or college. I am talking also about personal growth and deeper understanding of the things that interest you.
Sure, we are built for a continuous learning process, which only stops along with our passing away, but it is easier to understand certain aspects or concepts if you deal with them since you are young.
Result = No regret
I will now leave you with this beautiful video and initiative. If someone would ask you the same question, what would you respond?