Thursday, March 27, 2014

Writing game 3

What does it mean to live fully in the present moment? It means that your awareness is completely centered on the here and now. You are not worrying about the future or thinking about the past. When you live in the present, you are living where life is happening. The past and future are illusions they don’t exist. As the saying goes “tomorrow never comes”. Tomorrow is only a concept, tomorrow is always waiting to come around the corner, but around that corner are shadows, never to have light shed upon, because time is always now.

1 comment:

  1. The "carpe diem" speech. Nicely done, virtually no mistakes... Who is the speaker, though? It is hard to tell who he is and who is being addressed. Is he a minister, a guru, God?

    Was there a backwards phrase in there at all, from the word hoard? Or did you just forget??


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