Being all ears leads you to happiness.

Dear Readers, 

Why kill time when you could slow time down instead? We should try to ENJOY time rather than killing it! 

 The book “Momo” was written in 1973, it’ s like a future prediction about a way to use time in the future. Nowadays people save time by streamlining and then they become increasingly restless and irritable and their days fly by faster and faster.


In the story there is a girl Momo and she is remarkable in the neighbourhood because she has the extraordinary ability to listen really listen. By simply being with people and listening to them, she can help them find answers to their problems, make up with each other, and think of fun games. The advice given to people "go and see Momo!" becomes a household phrase.


I’m a life coach so I am all ears. When I started to be a life coach, I couldn’t finish having a conversation with my clients and I usually extended the session to deepen their understanding and to reach their answers they wanted to know themselves. But as I got better with experience, I could wait for them to answers their questions and I become good at asking and giving feedback to them. 

It’s waste of time for ‘the Men in Grey’ who are timesavers in the book to be all ears. And they would say “ Time is money. Save it ! Your session is for forty five minutes only!.” 


As I spare much my time for others, my mind and life become enriched. I learned to wait patiently. I’m not hasty or irritable anymore. Moreover I can try to do something that it is time consuming. And then that makes me discover my possibility and be more creative.


The more one tries to save time, the more one becomes irritated and can’t enjoy the present. In saving time, time dosen’t get be engraved in one’s heart and time just goes by. 


Finding Momo in me. No.2 “Being all ears leads me to happiness.” I had gotten a message from the future again. 

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