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At the end of all your rushing…

It’s often worth rushing to catch a bus or a wave – to rush for a particular event with a specific, probable payoff an order of magnitude greater than the physical, emotional and relational energy you expended while rushing.

But to rush as a matter of routine – simply to get ahead and without an end in mind – is futile.

Ahead will always be there; at the end of all your rushing, you will still be in a rush.

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