Burnout 2!!


Hey Friends! There I get another version of this issue as I give it the No; 2, because I’ve written once about this effect in my life but now I get another point, and this is the Burnout at work!

Of course, please don’t look at the cravat, I’d never use it!! πŸ˜€

But the case is; as you might mention; I am writing a post on Tuesday on which I must normally be at work, but I’m at home πŸ˜‰

I just wanna say the case; Burning Out is very serious and we might take care of it.

It is because I’ve got really a burnout last week. Let me tell you the story as short as I can; it’s may be repeated to tell that I’m working as a taxi driver in Germany and it might be right when one of my regular guest; a retired pastor and a wonderful man, once on the way, when we were talking about literature and I quote something from Shakespeare, he told me; “oh my God! you know Shakespeare? then you are downcasted!!”

You know, when I must do something, I’ll try to do it perfectly. And when I stayed here in Germany, the only chance for me to earn my own money was to do this job. Therefore, I tried to do it as a good driver, maybe the best πŸ˜‰ then I became a very famous and beloved one in this small town. But unfortunately, it got a lot; I get sometimes in minutes’ beat phone calls one after another and you might imagine how hard is that when I’m driving the car in the streets πŸ˜›

Anyway, Yesterday I’ve got to my doctor and told the story and asked him if I needed a neurologist. You are not mad Mr Fazel! he said; only exhausted.

And now I have to take a rest and reading and writing and enjoying the good life, then gathering power to back to another one; wildlife!!!

May the force be with you all and have a nice week ahead ❀ ❀

13 thoughts on “Burnout 2!!

  1. The Peace of Wild Things

    When despair for the world grows in me
    and I wake in the night at the least sound
    in fear of what my life and my children’s lives may be,
    I go and lie down where the wood drake
    rests in his beauty on the water, and the great heron feeds.
    I come into the peace of wild things
    who do not tax their lives with forethought
    of grief. I come into the presence of still water.
    And I feel above me the day-blind stars
    waiting with their light. For a time
    I rest in the grace of the world, and am free.

    by Wendell Berry

    “When despair for the world grows in me” Aladin, I turn to the poets for strength and support. This poem above has taught me much about where to turn when I need to slow down. Also I think you’ll enjoy Elaine Mansfield’s new post today titled, “A Day without a To-do List” … a perfect read for you I feel. I hope you’re feeling much better soon and may the force be with you too my friend as you slowly begin to recover your energy. Love and light, Deborah.

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    • Wow, how I deserve so much love, thanks a lot my dearest; a wonderful, fruitful, poem for a good advice to take within my heart. And thank you for letting me know about the newest post by Elaine, I’m sure that I’ll get this in my EMail because I’ve been subscribed πŸ˜‰ I’m so happy to have such wonderful friends like you. Thank you again πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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  2. elainemansfield

    I can imagine the kind of loving attention and help you give those you invite into your car (home on wheels) as guests. I’m glad you’re turning some of that loving energy back to yourself. Sometimes (in my case, too), our bodies insist. Sending you deep slow breathes.

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