Everyone from time to time gets caught up in what they are doing. In many cases, you need to be focused to complete your task. However, looking up should have a deeper fulfillment and meaning. The next day after noticing the ceiling fan, I looked up at the sky. No I mean really "looked." My conclusion was a reminder of the complexity and beauty that surround us. It is humbling when you consider your small contribution to an already existent dynamic world. Why consider the quality of humility?
For the most part, people are taught to be assertive and strong. That's fine at the right time. Yet, the quality of humility should lace your life. A humble person considers other people and their feelings. Their speech and tone is considerate and not arrogant when dealing in various situations. Being humble, let's not forget kind, will positively affect your life. Humility allows you to tap into the challenges others face. When other people feel you care, communication opens up. When communication opens, your world changes. This applies in every situation in life.
Employed or unemployed, look up now and then. Allow yourself to try and understand the bigger picture of things surrounding you. See that the world around you is dynamic, complex, and intriguing. Slow down, look up, and connect with the smaller less noticeable things in life which may make a huge difference in your life. Oh, and when you do look up, make sure you know why the sky is blue!