We only see what is familiar.
We only see and feel the things which matters to our living.
We tend to decline anything that does not count as important. Yes, our brain does that not us.
We, ourselves, do not see the vast of people roaming and passing us by. Not even a single smile is given to any.
We are immune to everything.
We care less.
“Attention is an intentional, unapologetic discriminator. It asks what is relevant right now, and gears us up to notice only that.”
When is the last time you just pause and look around you?
When is the last time you just appreciate the unfamiliar?
When is the last time you take a deep look to your surroundings?
If you can’t remember, this is the right time to stop what you are doing.
Take a deep breath and let you pause for a while and appreciate.
Mahatma Gandhi once said,
“There is more to life than simply increasing its speed.”
Don’t let your busyness stops you from enjoying life.