We’re taught to plan for the future in order to avoid unwanted events and promote desired outcomes. But, beyond basic planning, being preoccupied emotionally and mentally with what might¬†happen distracts us from appreciating and living life in the present. Once this moment passes, it’s gone forever. While the future is imaginary, the present is alive, dynamic and interactive. The more we practice being conscious and aware in the present moment, the more easily the future will…

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