analytical Q May-Aug 2000 Sept-Dec 2000 Jan-Apr 2001 Discussion

The Diary
Anne Ku

22 January 2001 Monday



The problem with all this travelling is that you lose the rhythm of your daily existence. I can't follow my London routine here in the US. In fact, whenever I'm away from home, I feel like I'm suspended in space.

The rhythm of life is what keeps us in tune with our inner harmony. (Hey! I can't believe I'm typing this gibberish, and you're lapping this up!) Start again. The rhythm keeps us going. It's much easier to progress and see the progress, when there's a rhythm.

In tackling a new project, a new job, or simply getting used to a new environment, it helps to establish a rhythm, to go at a steady pace. But to whose beat do I follow?

It took me six months to get used to living in Houston. When I returned to London, it took me three years to get used to it again. I wonder how long it would take me to get back to my routine when I return?