A sudden intestity overcomes us when we think we have lost control of our circumstances. We impose on others to save us, not thinking that they might have a crisis of their own. Bombarding them with questions, forcing them to put their own task at hand on the sidelines. I catch myself doing this and on more than one occasion, I realize after the fact that my problem could have waited or that my world was not evidently, coming to an end. I diligently work on my awareness, I choose to remind myself that problems usually work themselves out, when I make myself my own observer. Patience is a trait I choose to master. I notice when I “throw up” on my peers, I find that it overwhelms them and when I need them again, they are harder to be found. I like to save my favors and practice staying calm under pressure. Would I say, I am good at this? No, absolutely not. Everyday I wake up, starting fresh with a clean slate, an eager student hoping to graduate from this lesson in my life work.