"I'm tired.", I complain to The One who's making me do things.
You see on top my usual workload, I feel pulled to do attend to other matters.
On my three day weekends, I am either here...
|This is a portion of the farm I'm helping develop. I love going here. I'm mostly just supervising but I wish I can go there in a wink of an eye and avoid the 10-12 hours travel to and fro the farm and Manila.|
or meeting with people to make this happen more regularly...
|This is the free mentorship program of Special Achievers, an NGO which puts a spotlight on the strengths and passions of persons with disability. We're pilot testing this program in a public SPED school in Rodriguez,Rizal and in a foundation for children with cancer.|
I love both tasks! If I have my way though, all I ever want to do on my weekends is this...
"Why do put so many things on my plate", I ask.
"What do you call yourself, again?"
"An instrument", I quickly reply.
"Then, you only have one responsibility- to be sharp."
"What do you mean? ", I query.
"Well, if you really believe that you are an instrument then, you're simply like a knife in the hands of the Master Chef. The knife doesn't complain if it cuts fruits, vegetables or tofu because it doesn't do the hard work- the Chef does. It only needs to be sharp. The Chef does everything else.
video from Release Your Wings