Focus on what really matters.
A phone call for example is always urgent – it rings only a few times and is gone, but is often not important. If you are in the middle of something truly important – playing with kids, being present with your loved one, – do not stop just because a silly phone rings.
Stay present with what’s important now!
“You are always in the present moment.
You are not always aware that you are in the present moment. The present moment continues with your awareness or without it.
The difference is one of POWER. When you are aware in the present moment, you have the option of power. When you are NOT aware in the present moment, you have NO POWER.”
Most people are not aware of the present moment, and the options available to them are very limited. When they are offended, they get angry and shout or withdraw. When they are tempted by alcohol, they drink it. When they are jealous, they become focused on a narrow part of the vast array of experience that presents itself moment by moment. The vast array is all contained in the present moment. Becoming aware of the present moment gives access to that vast array, and with that vast array of experience comes numerous possibilities