One of the greatest challenges in our relationships–in raising children, thriving with a significant other, having friends, getting along with coworkers–is to know when to notice. We have to learn a scale of priority with which to choose our issues; the lesser ones can slide, the greater ones we face.
Here is more about the opportunities for you to notice or overlook:
When we are stressed and overloaded, it’s easy to lose a sense of proportion. But in the quiet times of life we can remember what is important and what is not so important, what to notice – and what not to notice.
Today be aware of your choice: To notice or to overlook a few things.
The author’s mother, when asked how she was, answered “I’m fine – if you overlook a few things.”
We have many opportunities to “overlook” a few things: our aches and pains, failings, frustrations, moments of impatience, or another person’s fumbling, forgetfulness, or other foibles.