Order enhances your life

Order enhances your life

By Jean Ricot Dormeus

Nature works in a sustainable way and its elements sustain the ecosystem. The river flows in its bed, the sea washes shores and beaches, the sun and moon stick to their cycles, and a fruit usually comes to us well covered. This means that you cannot reach any goal or repeat your good results without a procedure, a sequence, an order.

Sometimes, order sounds restrictive and creates discomfort, but in the long run, it sustains your freedom and infuses effectiveness to your efforts. Imagine the elements in nature doing what they wish. This scenario would display chaos and disaster with flooding, tsunamis, droughts and the like. For you to thrive, you need good order: order in your home, order at work, order at play, order on the road.

Order uplifts your mood and conditions your mind to work at its best. Creativity graces your thinking, especially in problem solving. And your productivity soars as you get to focus more easily without clutter around. Predictability helps you to find readily what you look for. Further, interpersonal relationships flourish with the good dispositions that order begets and without the irritability that a messy environment triggers.

Well-off neighborhoods and communities exhibit order, cleanliness and beauty. This means that wealth contributes to order, at the same time order contributes to wealth creation. Therefore, order should get priority in your life.

However, you must have a clear and lofty vision of order. Else, any environment you live in becomes normal and addictive at some point. Make order a habit and practice it so that the beehive of your life produce the honey of happiness and abundance.

Let order enhance your life!

Jean Ricot Dormeus

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“To concede defeat when you are entrusted with a mission amounts to jeopardizing the utility and quality of the rest of your life. Is it worth it?”

Jean Ricot Dormeus, Land of Dormant Dreams – A Walk into the Future, p. 61