It’s already happening. The calendar is filling up and everyday is a day where we have the potential to be double and triple booked. If this year is anything like year, it means there’s a great chance we’ll end up under the weather, irritable and missing the things that matter most if we’re not careful. So what do we do? Our intent today is to make a plan. Instead of letting everyday attack us, we want to mindfully consider what is important, say no to the things that aren’t and make sure we’re not exhausted come January 1.
Worried about the Mayan calendar and the supposed end of the world tomorrow?
You’re in good company. Almost everyone seems to up in arms about the potential apocalypse, which some say was foretold in the highly accurate calendar of the ancient Mayans. Even NPR, for many the go-to source for sober, reliable news and editorials, discussed the issue on this morning’s Forum – so there must be something to it.
The predicted day happens to fall on the winter solstice, itself a significant event without the compounding issue of catastrophe. And experts say the Mayan calendar has been accurate, thus far, so who’s to say its wisdom would fail us now?
Here is The Chopra Well’s playful, and by no means authoritative, take on tomorrow’s alleged apocalypse. If you’re still here tomorrow to comment, then drop us a line to let us know you’re okay.