We get sucked into the Internet and streaming information, and it’s time to just unplug and look within. – Jonathan Cain
It’s summer . . . time to enjoy sunshine, long days, and warm nights. There are times when we all need to just unplug and reflect on where we are today. We create the expectation of constant availability, like the world will fall apart if we can’t receive an immediate text or post.
The truth is there are times we should be disconnected. Our jobs will still be there if we are unable for a day. The world will continue to rotate on its axis if we don’t tweet or respond to emails. We will benefit from hours alone with friends, family, and our thoughts. When we look within . . . when we give 100% of our attention to the now . . . we are able to seek renewal and reflection.
Go for a long walk on the beach without your phone . . . turn off your email alerts and notification. We can all live without the instant news update or traffic alerts . . . take the time to unplug and look within.