Then he took out a jug of water and began to pour it until the jar was filled to the brim. Then the professor asked to the class.
What you understand from this illustration?
A brave student raised his hand and said:
“Sir, from this illustration I understand that No matter how full or busy you are or your schedule if you try hard you can surely fit or add some more things into it.”
No, that is not exactly the purpose or point of this illustration the professor said.
The real meaning or point of this illustration is that, if you can’t prioritize your things according to its space and value you cannot never fit into it. That is, if you don’t put the big rock pieces first into the jar you will never be able to get them in at all.
What are the BIG Rocks in your life?
It may be the time with your loved ones, it may be your faith, your education, your dreams, perhaps a good cause of helping someone, teaching or sharing your knowledge with others? Or may be something else! Whatever may be, remember to put these BIG Rocks in first place or you will never get them in at all.
So while pondering over this small illustration please think or ask yourself these questions:
What are my BIG Rocks in my life?
Am I putting my BIG Rocks in the right place at the right time?
If not try to do that otherwise at a later stage you may worry over it!
END NOTE: Perhaps, you might have heard this illustration before, but still there is a great lesson to remind again!
Let us as ourselves!
What are my BIG ROCKS!
Am I putting that in the right place?
Think over it again and set right!
May you all have a great and joyous time ahead!
Let this story/illustration be a wonderful thought for today.
Thanks for your valuable time here.
for Philipscom Associate