It is actually very common sense to know that you cannot chase two rabbits at the same time, especially when you try to catch them in an open field. It is just not possible, because they both go in a different direction with a different mindset and ability. If you think about it, you cannot chase two dreams at the same time. The two dreams may have different goals, objectives or visions. Catch the first one, and then you go for the second one. It would be easier because if you try to catch both, then both might just get away.
On the other hand if the rabbits are in an enclosure or a smaller area, then it may be easy to catch both at the same time. It all depends on the situation you in. We also live in a century well-known as the ‘era of multitasking’ – where everyone, from students in school to adults working, is constantly doing everything at the same time. We are reading while exercising, watching news while working and even typing emails while driving. Some people think it’s not save to multitask and that one should rather concentrate on finishing one thing at a time. However, multitasking is better and quite possible, and you find yourself ticking off your to-do list much faster. LOL!
When it comes to bigger things like dreams, then I guess it is better to focus on only one thing at a time. If you go hunting, you can’t hunt two rabbits at the same time. They run in different directions and usually fled to safety. If you hunt only one rabbit, you have a far greater chance of catching it. Similarly, if you focus on that one dream at a time, you will complete it faster and better. Leave the other dream for another time.
Sometimes, you can get away with handling two or more things at the same time, but most of the time, you can’t. There is a good possibility that you would miss something important, and is therefore important to think before you do. Multitasking can be hard for the brain to absorb all those information at the same time. Take it easy and catch one rabbit at a time. There will be another day where you can catch a second rabbit.
Editor: Roelien Zwart
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