By Eknath Easwaran
A popular professional on meditation provides a sequel to his booklet, Your existence Is Your Message, that gives readers deep but functional methods of slowing down their daily velocity with out sacrificing productiveness via focusing their energies."--Product Description.
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One beautiful, balmy Sunday soon after my mother and nieces arrived from India, Christine and I took them out for ice cream. I rode in the back of our VW bus with Meera on one side and Geetha on the other. They chatted gaily the whole way, without a break, asking me all kinds of questions. I kept reminding myself of what most of us older people forget: that every child has a point of view. They have their own way of looking at life which makes them ask these questions, and for them, things like why Texaco and Mexico should be spelled differently when the endings rhyme are matters of vital importance.
Scarcely an original thought, but I had considered it only intellectually. Now it seized my heart. Fulfillment doesn’t come from outside – we must look within ourselves. From that perspective, one person in my village stood out like a beacon: my grandmother. When I talk about Granny, I need to explain first that the branch of society I come from is rare in India as well as the rest of the world. It is a matriarchy, in which lineage is traced through the mother rather than the father and women have had legal rights for centuries.
This is especially true with children, where what matters is not only the number of hours we spend but also the attention we give, the love we show, the extent to which we enter into the child’s world instead of dragging him or her into our own. Schedules are fine at the office, but children have a sense of time that is very different – and much more natural. They don’t know about appointments and parking meters and living in the fast lane, and we cannot make them understand. All we can do is hurry them along.
Take your time : finding balance in a hurried world by Eknath Easwaran