Henry David Thoreau Says, “I have no time to be in a hurry”

Hurry creates bodily problems: excess strain on nerves, muscles and joints.

It makes the mind become confused and bothered by excess strain.

It makes trouble for yourself and others.

We all do it.

We can all stop doing it.

We need to slow down.

Train ourselves to be calm, still, silent and do no harm.

Train ourselves to be more aware, simple and compassionate.

Train ourselves to learn, love and laugh.

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