S. Find the still point or the part in your work that engages your mind. When this happens your brain will make connections with little effort.
T. Tomorrow will be better. Days turn into long weeks and to may think what ever tomorrow holds, it is anything but better. I liken this to the feeling of pulling an old farming plow. Shoulders are pulled down to the ground as if heavy weights were attached to wrists. The amount of work it takes to arrive at better is surely in tomorrow’s tomorrow. A season or two will pass light and levity will reappear.
U. Understand it takes time. This comes with watching season after season, the pattern of life one’s life. To notice how one works and lives is more than helpful to usher in understanding. The world is moving fast, technology is taking us to far-flung places that only a few years ago we could not imagine. It takes time to learn a life skill, time to learn how to weld well.