burnout special – ek bengan sikha gaya life ka lesson.

burnout special πŸ† .. share your thoughts πŸ™‚ how do you suggest one can deal with a burnout day?

re-posting:today, transforming burnout to taste. πŸ†

conflict or non-conflict days, the burnout feeling never gives prior notice before arriving itself to the doorstep of our mind, body and soul.this feeling of burnout may arrive in stages, to finally heat us up until we are smoked up to the last bit of our patience.

it is up to us, for – we can strive:

β€’ to find our appropriate ingredients.

β€’ if the first ingredients didn’t work well, find other more which may suit you,

β€’ if you feel no ingredient works at all or is finding appropriate for the moment, strive to create your own ingredients..

β€’ fine them, apply and work for ….

work for something which will surely turn out to be a taste. if it doesn’t turn out to be your taste at the end of all the efforts, the burnout sure brought you to see the gaps. the gaps which didn’t let it take form of your suitable taste…

next time, you work to fill in the gaps.this way – we learn to survive the conflict days, so we can keep our mind clear of making thoughtful decisions to resolve our conflicts.

not to forget – sometimes the fork may not be in our control 🍴. it’s ok. you’l find your answers. keep walking. or say keep burning.

burnout also is bringing you your message. πŸ§šβ€β™€οΈ (ek bengan sikha gaya life ka lesson.)

#dialogueden #eggplant #indianfood #indiankitchen #lockdown2020 #ownchef #cooking #conflictmanagement #disturbed #tasteofhome #burnout #burnoutrecovery

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