Guard against chaos

Even the smallest typo or grammatical error can throw us off the flow of reading a book.

When we look at a large piece of cloth, our attention is automatically drawn to the tiny stain.

One common cause for procrastination is to clean or organize one’s workspace.

The most enriching moments of our lives are the ones we spend in ‘flow’ – a state of complete involvement in what we are doing. Alas, like the lone pothole on a freeway, even the slightest hint of chaos can break our state of flow.

The need for systems, order, discipline, routine and hygiene is foremost to reclaim our lives from the decay of chaos.

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