Pages tagged with Present Time

The past does not matter. Only in the present can we "spend our cash" and make it the future. In psychological and spiritual ways that count, that is reality. Nothing else is.
Sometimes we place a lot of our hope in the future, too much in fact. "Things will be different then, and better then." When we do this, we lose just a little of our hope now, but far more often it's usually a lot of our hope now, in the now of our now, that we lose. We step away...
“You got to look at things with the eye in your heart, not with the eye in your head.” This is a quote from Lame Deer, Medicine Man of the Oglala people. Whenever we’re thinking, our experience is being filtered through our minds, taking us away from the present moment of no...
The jobs have dried up, the streams of apprenticeship is no longer available, we are worlds apart, the national minimum wage rarely has the ability to meet the needs of individual households
This is an old tale about how a rough unschooled opponent of a great swordsman meets his match, not in swordsmanship skills, but in the sharpness of his words. They penetrated right through his thick skull, killing the poison that was there. He was enlightened, and his heart was ope...
Here are some tips on how to time travel in the most efficient ways, so as not to loose out on your NOWS.
We have to depend on us only to make the change for a better life, world. We have choices apleny when we refuse to follow the herd. We need to learn lessons as we travel along, find own balance for fulfilling life. The change has to come from each, within us. None else will hold our h...
Most brother/sister relationships have gone through much...many have been in past lifetimes..remembering some of these can be very interesting, some horrific,some beautiful but all is really now anyway....
This page is about living our life in present. Past is gone and future is unexpected, so live your life in the present time to enjoy it a lot.
Have A Take.This is what I profess as foreplay start at the break of dawn
He appeared to be quite content with ramming into the unfortunate automobile heading his way, so much so that he did not even slow down or attempt to turn away.
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