Balance and Planning

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  • Author June Stepansky
  • Published June 30, 2019
  • Word count 172

A juggler

knows

the importance of balance.

A tight-rope walker

understands

the necessity of balance.

I, too,

try to balance

the days, the weeks, the years,

into a kind of

symmetry.

A life that has balance can be a happier life, because we can plan into it all the elements that we need to make our lives uniquely our own. The important word is planning. In order to have balance, we need to develop the skills of self-understanding, choice, and planning. We need, therefore, to look at each day, each week, each year, and put into them the elements of balance, rest, recreation, work, growth, and then re-evaluate what is no longer working for us and make the changes needed that might make our lives better and happier

Whatever failures I have known, whatever errors I have committed, whatever follies I have witnessed in private and public life, have been the consequence of action without thought--Bernard M. Baruch

It’s not the plan that’s important, it’s the planning.--Graeme Edwards

June Stepansky is a published writer and poet who writes books and articles about happiness, self-improvement and social and political issues.--adifferentvoice@live.com

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