Problems are usually mental constructs. They are vehicles upon which we project our fears and suffer. We are highly skilled at creating a wide array of scary scenarios. Our bodies react to this stress as if there is clear and present danger. This detracts from our well-being. When we catch ourselves conjuring up and stressing ourselves with fearful scenarios, it’s best to redirect our attention to what’s happening in the this┬ámoment. When problems do come, they often arrive with their own solutions. If we aren’t present, we won’t see them. That’s why our power is always…

In the present.