I spent all day cleaning: mopping, cleaning out cabinets, doing dishes, organizing.
At the end of 5 hours, there was still a lot to do.
Cleaning is the act of rolling a boulder up a mountain, getting to the top, then watching it roll back down.
Cleaning is never done. It is like eating. You push away from the Thanksgiving table believing you will never eat again, only to wake up the next day ravenous.
Today I took before and after pictures, and it appeared so little got done, considering how long I was at it.
I think: Do daily maintenance cleaning! That way it won’t get so out of hand.
But do I?
Maintenance cleaning takes discipline, and I don’t have it for cleaning like I do for meditation or blogging or writing.
If I did, I wouldn’t have spent this whole Saturday cleaning.