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Amrita Klop

Hi Manita – Pherhaps a little add-on to above writings.
While a train is delayed, thinking: ok a train is delayed. It is not a big disaster when my train is delayed in terms off: I still have food, water, etc. Maybe some action is required: call my manger/boss or … to let them know I am late and continue observing what is going on inside me.
Observing, taking responsibility, sometimes some action is required and back to observing what is inside of me. Hopefully it is helpful for you. If not let me know. Enjoy ur day!