If you are not mindful, most of who you are in this world will be locked up in ephemeral KPIs that either do not matter past a year, or do not matter outside the walls of your employment.
If you are not mindful, you will lead a life with no impact outside the drudgery of daily tasks that do not compound into anything of note.
If you are not mindful, you will continually fight for your rights to better work conditions and ignore your duty to better life conditions.
If you are not mindful, the only impact you will have are your children, who you then burden with making the choices you lacked the courage to.
If you are not mindful, you will be perfectly designed to accept in public what you detest in private, and have a life defined by what you detest.
If you are not mindful, there will be no gratitude for “what is” when you reflect on your journey, just entitlement on what should have been.
If you are not mindful, you will end up with a full mind – the antithesis of a life not fully lived by emptying all you carry within.
– Osasu Oviawe