Don't let life fill up with sand
  The professor stood on the podium. He picked up a box of pebbles and poured it out on the table. Then he picked up a crock and opened it. There were some golf balls in the crock. He put the pebbles into the crock and filled the crock. Let the students see that the crock is full. The professor picked up a box next to it and poured the sand into the crock. The sand filled the space of the crock. Then he asked the student, "Is this crock full?" The student replied: "Yes of."
  Then, the professor made two cups of coffee and poured them into the crock, effectively filling the space of the crock.
  "Now," said the professor, "I want to tell you that this jar represents your life. Golf is important and represents your children, your health, your friends, and your favorite things if you are affected by Serious losses, as long as they still exist, your life will still be complete. These pebbles represent other things, such as your favorite job, your house, and your car.
  Sand represents everything small or small. "
  "If your pot is only filled with sand!" He continued, "there is no room for pebbles or golf to be a part of your life? If you put all your time and energy into small Things or small things, then your life will not be happy. The important thing is your happiness. You need to take care of your children. You also need to find time to eat out with your partner. You have to find out Time to clean and do housework. Golf is number one. Set your priorities on behalf of your lover and children. The rest is just sand. "
  A student raised his hand and asked what the coffee stands for?
  The professor laughed and said, "I'm glad you asked this question. It just shows that no matter how busy your life is, you always have to take the time to accompany your lover or friend for a cup of coffee."
  Yeah, a lot of times, we are entangled with trivial things like sand, we rarely have time to care about our family, and we have no time to take care of ourselves and our family's health. We feel that life is endlessly busy, and even difficult to figure out. We don't even have time to drink coffee with our family. What meaning does this life have for us? What is more important to us than our family and their happiness and health?
  The professor ’s philosophical metaphor gives us an intriguing revelation. No matter how busy you are at work, no matter how many trivial matters you are entangled in, do n’t forget that our loved ones are first. They Happiness and health are the most important! Never let your life be filled with sand.