Plan The Future; Live For Now – Will’s Wisdom

“Imagine a stress free life, where nothing matters. Begin to elaborate in the beautiful feeling of nirvana. Create the existence with comfort and composure. Don’t forget to take a glance into the clouds; remembering the carelessness of being a child. The force of a smile can change the day without much effort other than a simple,”Hey.”

Stay present with the full intention of understanding just where the feet will land in the sand. Listen to the soul to produce the happiness you deserve.

Once upon a time, we had no worry but the lights turning on and the sun going down. Innocently playing in the fields with no shoes on despite the slivers hanging around. Not a fault in the world and more than enough to put on a simple smile.

Many of us get lost in the wonders of the world, the stresses that continually tear us down. Living in the now undoubtedly forgetting that we must be happy to move forward. Planning for a future that we know nothing about.

What have you done today to secure your place in the here and now? A simple gesture of gratitude can turn the world upside down. Are you comfortable enough to understand what makes you happy, to work for something without creating doubt?

I beg you not to get so lost in the moment that you lose view of the future, yet to enjoy the moment to confidently strive for the upcoming moments you deserve.

Written By: Will

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5 thoughts on “Plan The Future; Live For Now – Will’s Wisdom

  1. I posted a blog post about being one grateful person after being given that blogging award 😉 So I guess that was my gratitude deed for today. 😛
    It IS very easy to get caught up in the here and now, and allow the tendrils of it to get messy. This post is a great reminder for me to remember that there is a big picture and that I need to focus on it too 😉
    Thanks for the great post! 🙂

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    • Haha, one deed of gratitude is a good start :p

      I tend to get lost in my current task at hand, so much that I forget other responsibilities. My mind tends to be on one track at times. I’m not the greatest multitasker so I have to manage my time on the micro level.

      Thank you for such great feedback all of the time, I love our conversations.

      I find it extremely easy to absorb into one thing and to forget about the surrounding moment. It’s hard but constantly reminding myself of the end result is the easy part yet seeing the simple steps to get there is hard.

      Have a wonderful day my dear friend!
      Will

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