Sometimes stopping and being less busy is the best way to find yourself and to do the real work.

How should I live?  “15 December 1933 – Dear Frau V., Your questions are unanswerable because you want to know how one ought to live.  One lives as one can.  There is no single, definite way for the individual which is prescribed for him or would be the proper one.  … But if you want to go your individual way, it is the way you make for yourself, which is never prescribed, which you do not know in advance, and which simply comes into being when you put one foot in front of the other.  If you always do the next thing that needs to be done, you will go most safely and sure-footedly along the path prescribed by your unconscious.  Then it is naturally no help at all to speculate about how you ought to live.  And then you know, too, that you cannot know it, but quietly do the next and most necessary thing.  So long as you think you don’t yet know what this is, you still have too much money to spend in useless speculation.  But if you do with conviction the next and most necessary thing, you are always doing something meaningful and intended by fate.  With kind regard and wishes, Yours sincerely, CG Jung.” –   Letters 1906-1950

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. – Marianne Williams, Return to Love.

Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. – Theodore Roosevelt