Sooner or later we all learn to prioritize. When we understand the natural order of things for each of us, we find it easy to put some things first even if our decisions, choices and needs will be judged, disapproved and frowned upon.
Although caught in a web of compulsory duties and daily responsibilities, everyone should feel free to live their life according to an individual emergency system. I know that “multitasking” is thought to be a human performance, but shared attention and affection and interest will never produce a complete picture, a desired result or, as scientists put it, the preservation of long-term memories.
Juggling with your life will make you a clown and give you no balance in return. We all have more or less time; we have to make time for what’s truly important, what really matters to us, and ignore the rest. Our priorities should define us, they are, after all, the written chapters in any personal history.