Tomorrow never comes



Have you ever awoke and said to yourself "It is tomorrow?"  Of course not, because it is always now.  Tomorrow never comes.  

To live your life fully invested in something that doesn't exist and never will, doesn't make sense. You are missing so much.  Be present.  Be mindful.  Notice your life and those around you right now.

The holiday season is an exceptional time to be present. Your life is now.

"Life is now. There was never a time when your life was not now, nor will there ever be"
                                                                                                                    ~ Eckhart Tolle



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7 comments:

  1. I struggled with this when we came back from living on the boat over the summer. I wondered what direction I wanted to take in the future, what work I would do, where I would live...One of my friends said, "You're doing this right now, so give it your best." It's something that I sometimes have to remind myself.

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  2. I love this, what a lovely way to start the morning, with an extra reminder to stop worrying about what will be and focus on what is. Thank you!

    Katie XX

    Sweet Apple Lifestyle

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  3. What a lovely photo and reminder! Thank you from The Presents of Presence!

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  4. "To live your life fully invested in something that doesn't exist and never will, doesn't make sense. " I love that line, what a great reminder of the need to be present.

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  5. I have read "The Power of Now" and it is an excellent book! I have to admit, I needed to read it twice because I wasn't willing to accept what he was saying the first time!

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  6. A great reminder Dan! Love your poster and will share on Facebook.

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  7. I'm struggling with this at the moment, as Mr Omnivore is in hospital and I just want it all to be over and to move on, which is making things difficult to deal with in the present. Thanks for the reminder :)

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