When you're forty years old, inadvertently raises the question: "What's next?". Larry Culp may not feel the same. It seems to be normal – family, home, children, work, wealth. But something is haunted. You look around and see life goes on, but you have somehow the same. The same thing.
Of course, that every woman has a story that's just a matter of one: "What's next?". For me the answer to this question helped a lot of rethinking. I was not trying to change a lot, but changed. First and foremost is the attitude toward themselves and his own life, its purpose and meaning. All the goals set at the beginning of adult life, one way or another, realized that something has ceased to exist altogether as unnecessary, but something has not been achieved.
Our life consists of three "worlds" with tends to flow continuously from one state and the space to another. These three "world" – past, present and future. Reflecting on these concepts and delving deeper into understanding, I became more enjoyable (from the word "acceptance" – "Take") to feel that all three of the "peace" are in the same moment, namely in the present. I hereby call every moment of life. And these same moments were once the future and now have become the past. I have not thought about the fact that driving a car when "shots" are changing with the speed of the car, and the little grass that grew on the roadside, and which drew my mind, even a couple of seconds ahead was my future, and here it is already past.