Take a Timeout

Taking a timeout is usually reserved for children after misbehaving, who often find themselves facing a wall in the corner of a room in order to regroup and think about what they did.

In that context it is a punishment, however, in this setting, it is a pleasurable retreat from busy activities we are usually engaged in.

In the dictionary it is referred to as a period of time when we stop what we are usually doing, and rest or do something else instead.

That is music to my ears, as I take a brief time out from writing papers in my graduate course, and regroup with you to say hello.

It is always important to take a break and give ourselves some breathing room. Ahhh….

That said, what have you been up to, and where is your favorite place to meditate or take a breather?

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