Most people wake up in the morning and have a cup of coffee. If they do not make it themselves they go out and get one, but who takes the time to enjoy it? Who employs even the least amount of expectation by saying to the cashier, “I’ll enjoy a cup of coffee please.” We will make it. We will get it. We will take it, all of which confirms our priority is set on attainment and not enjoyment.
If we do not get our first cup of coffee just the way we like it, it can trigger a chain reaction of unfortunate events which could turn our day, week or life into a turbulent sea. There is nothing wrong with reacting to a situation, however, when we mix being short-fused with stubbornness and pour it into the cup of a stagnant caffeinated routine, what we end up with is a volatile cocktail. Read the rest of this entry »