When my bed is cluttered, I can’t think in a clear and organized way. I feel overwhelmed and tired. But when my bed is clean and clear, then my thoughts just flow in an orderly manner. Or maybe not.
I don’t know. I’m not sure because my bed is seldom free from books, bags, clothes, and pieces of paper laid on it. Almost always, I can’t sleep without worrying that I might push something off the bed. Indeed, my bed affects how I think and move.
Or maybe the other way around.
My bed is a reflection of what’s on my mind at the moment. When I have cluttered thoughts in mind, expect my bed to be cluttered. When I am relaxed and have done what’s ought to be done, my bed becomes more inviting with its comfy pillows and Dora blanket.
Hmm. From my past journal entries, I realized that I now get easier to be overwhelmed. When I need and/or want to do many things all at the same time, I easily get out of focus and then procrastinate. Sadly, I think I have become more passive and lazy to the point that I have settled lying on the little space that my messy bed can offer.
I may blame entropy for that but I know it’s not just the reason why my bed gets messy even just two days after I have kept it tidy. Last August, I have discovered the how and why of my messy bed: excuses and excuses! Excuses which rooted from laziness and passivity.
Oh, when can I sleep with stretched arms and legs once more? Laziness and passivity, please go away. I don’t need you here. I want to be diligent and productive. I miss my comfy and welcoming bed. Hope to sleep again with clear thoughts on my clear bed soon.
This is in response to: The Daily Post: Sweeping Motions.