Urgent versus Important

Our entire lives began to focus on things that were urgent but not important. There’s some meeting at work, or the car needs to [have its emissions checked], or one of the kids has an appointment — all of it seems urgent, but none of it is important. And then you realize it and you say, ‘AAAAAAAHHH!!’

Laureen Hudson, reflecting on the moment she and her family decided to take a different course with their lives.


One Comment on “Urgent versus Important”

  1. […] The ideal condition, it would seem, is frenetic urgency in service to an arbitrary time keeper. But why? […]


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