Whenever I invite people to stay in the moment, rather than thinking about the future or the past, I acknowledge how difficult that is to do. Every moment, people agree with me. It’s difficult to stay in the moment — the human mind wants to go into the past and/or the future.
In this moment, it occurs to me to ask the question: Why is it so difficult for people to stay in the moment? When people do stay in the moment — experience the present with all their senses — they appreciate the break from regrets about the past and worries about the future. And yet it remains so difficult to stay in the moment.
Because I can’t answer the question I posed in the moment, I just tweeted this:
Before I finish this post, I’ll check back on Twitter to see if I have any answers.
In the meantime, notice the focus on the future and the past in these other images I am sharing in the moment.
In the moment, I think the Daily Bitch is inviting us to stay in the moment.
There are no answers to my question on Twitter, so I’ll see if there are answers on YouTube to “Why is it so difficult for people to stay in the moment?”
As usual, it’s difficult for me to stay in the moment as I’m reminiscing about my son’s past YouTube “Louie Louie” creation …
… and wondering if I will find any videos of Jackie Chan dancing:
Still no answers on Twitter in the moment, so I’ll ask you: Why is it so difficult for people to stay in the moment?
It’s not difficult for me to stay in the moment with gratitude, so thanks to all who help me blog every day, including YOU.