Published 20/02/2013 by inspiringyourspirit
In which tense are you living in now?
It’s ultimately your choice, so do ‘YOU’ need to make a change to ‘YOUR’ life?
Lao Tzu is a particular favorite of mine and I have studied his writings but he is only one of many great sages that can offer you great advice and help you bring your thoughts into the NOW.
The Now is where you need to be, you need to be happy and content with who you are and where your life is taking you, if not then you need to make a change.
I wish you happiness, love and peace.
Reblogged this on echosfromtheabyss.
This was spot in Mark. I constantly say to others, happy NOW. Namaste my friend.
🙂 Thank You
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift.” Kung Fu Panda.
🙂 Wise Wise Words
Very nice! I pinned this to 4 community boards in Pinterest that I am a member of. May you get many new followers!
Thank You so much Pamela, that is very kind of you 🙂
May your day be filled with light and love.
So very true, our Point of Power is Now, This Moment in time, for its the only moment we are in, The second ago cannot be retrieved and the second to come is not yet here… Our Energy is in the Now .. In fact I once wrote a post entitled the Point of power is Now.. should you ever type in my search box ..
Lovely Post ~
Wishing you a Bright and Wonderful Day….. as you enjoy every Now Moment!
Thank you Sue, I will take a look at your post 🙂
Reblogged this on Awakestate.
100 % right but the problem is that most of the time I am absent. I try hard to be present but my mind like to wonder I think it has little interest in present. Joke apart I feel its show how much we controlled by our mind rather than we control it.
I have a question does meditation help us to live more in present
🙂 Yes, meditation helps to bring us back to the present, ‘The Now’, and through controlled breathing techniques we can start to slowly push away our ego, our sub-conscious mind and live in that moment away from all the noise and clutter that surrounds our lives 🙂
不用谢 ：）Means No thanks needed 🙂
Thanks for posting Lao Tzu…..YES!