Consider our youngsters; they do not have a care in creation as they live for the moment. I question why we don’t learn from youngsters instead of going between past tense and future tense. Recognizing that the past is defunct can’t be rewound and the time to come is yet to come along. Human beings by nature feel comfortable and unquestioned in memorizing past and designing future. May we ever augur precisely what will occur in the next minute? Yet our brain never stops supposing and planning future illusions. Some one has justifiably stated, ‘Are we only worried with adding days to our life, and forgetting to add life to our days”?
Harnessing The Moment For Maximum Results.
Living with acceptance isn’t effortless.
One needs to bear courage since human beings by nature are in the habit of labeling, criticizing, giving alibis and finding flaws. Acquiring a mind-set of acceptance assists us in marching on in life. Likewise do not dream about what you are going to do once you make a lot of money, have a lot of time for meeting desires and wants and so forth. Beleaguered by life’s complexities, we draw a blank when it comes to feeling the instants that make up a day.
It is more common for us to state “When I have bunches of income, I will make sure I do this and that”. However what stops us from bringing in that income at present. Holding off depicts our favor for future tense over the present tense.
As an alternative, center energies in what you have right at present and make the most use of it. Being in the past is a great pass time particularly if the past was more beneficial than the present. We are overly glad to share with individuals “I used to be this and that. We had a huge ancestral house and so forth”. But these realities are irrelevant in the present tense context. No body is concerned with peeping into our past.
Individuals assess us on our present tense. Our thinking of past is only a distraction. Yes future tense is hope. Remember just hope. We are not certain whether that hope will happen or not. Accepting the final result of our efforts and not equating it with our expectations helps in coping with the reality.