Sunday Retazo

By Joe Sehrawat






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Sunday Retazo

March 13 · Issue #89 · View online

Hi, I am JOE and I write on "Mindful Productivity & Cerebral Happiness". My weekly newsletter is an endeavour to share life lessons, some thoughts, quotes and links to articles/podcasts/books, I discover over the week. Let's gear up to connect the dots and 'Unlock Human Potential'.

Hey Friends,
The aspects of maturity are spoken very loosely. There are time when people expect us to show maturity in our worldly conduct, knowing very well that they have had acted unethically towards us when they were at a driver seat. More often such people rationalize their conduct on the name of strict technical interpretation of things and take unwarranted favorable view. In reality, more often than not, they give away clear signs of biasness/ nepotism.
In my considered view this question of maturity is so intimately tied to forgiveness and that is the subject of another Sunday RETAZO.
Maturity is not a statically arrived platform, where life is viewed from a calm, untouched oasis of wisdom. It’s a living elemental frontier between what has happened, what is happening now and the consequences of that past and present.
Maturity is a matter of “unifying” and “integrating your past , present & future conduct,”.___Anaïs Nin
In my view “MATURITY is the ability to live fully and equally in multiple context.. Most essentially it’s an ability, despite our grief and losses, to courageously inhabit the past the present and the future all at once.The wisdom that comes from maturity is recognized through a disciplined refusal to choose from the formed identity: -
  • what has happened;
  • what is happening now and ;
  • what is about to occur.
Contrarily, Immaturity is shown by making false choices like: living only in the past, or only in the present, or only in the future, or even, living only two out of the three.
Maturity calls us to risk ourselves as much as immaturity, but for a bigger picture on a larger horizon and not to gain that make us smaller, even in the winning.
If i say in a way maturity is a kind of arrival at a sense of enoughness — a willingness to enact what Kurt Vonnegut considered one of the great human virtues: the ability to say, “If this isn’t nice, what is?”.
This is what, I think of Maturity :👇
Maturity beckons ask us to be larger, more fluid, more elemental, less cornered, less unilateral & practice a living conversational intuition to reorient your perception. Thereafter you can use it as a compass for a lifetime. __ Joe Sehrawat
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❤️ 🧠My Favourite Things of the Week : 🧤🧤
Hey friends, In this section, I share some of the valuable Life Lessons,Thoughts, Quotes and Links to articles/podcasts/books which I discover over the week. Do check them out as well:-
✍️ Quote I'hv been thinking about:
The mind is very good at coming up with reasons for not doing the things we really want to do. Reasons are just thoughts. Thoughts don’t control behavior.
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I will meet you next Sunday with another edition of ‘Sunday RETAZO’. Till then “Take good care of yourself”.
Joe Sehrawat
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