The past is water under the bridge. The future is a distant sun on the horizon of your imagination. The most important moment is now. Learn to live in the Present and savor it fully. Being engaged in a pursuit that truly challenges you is the surest route to personal satisfaction. But remember: happiness is a journey, not a destination.
Stop spending so much time chasing life’s big pleasures while you neglect the little ones. Slow things down. Enjoy the beauty and sacredness of all that is around you. You owe this to yourself.
While (future) goals have the power to energize your life, you should never put off the things that are important for your well-being and satisfaction to a later time.
Today is the day to enjoy the fruits of your efforts. Today is the day to seize the moment and live a life that soars. Today is the day to harvest your dreams.
Don’t miss the forest for the trees. The best gift you could ever give is your love. Happiness is a journey. Enjoy the special moments that every day offers because today, this day is all you have.
Stop spending money you don’t have,
To buy things you don’t need,
To impress people you don’t like!
Instead, practice the art of gratitude. We all have much to be thankful for. Think and write daily about what you are grateful for. And remember that life doesn’t always give you what you ask for, but it always gives you what you need.
Savor the special moments that fill your days. Explore the simple wonders of every stage of your life. Be Here Now. Stop sacrificing the present for the future and begin to live in the moment.
Awake to the gift of living. Stop putting off your happiness for the sake of achievement. Instead, why not enjoy the process? The journey is to be enjoyed. The road is just as good as the end.
Begin to live each day as if it was your last. Starting today, learn more, laugh more and do what you truly love to do. Do not be denied your destiny. For what lies behind you and what lies in front of you matters little when compared to what lies within you.
My cup is now empty.
Thank you Robin 🙂