“When we think about it – which is most of the problem – life appears complex and busy. This is an illusion. Life is utterly simple and serene, because we can only live one moment at a time. There are no neurotic or intelligent people; only neurotic or intelligent moments. And we are responsible only for this moment. The rest is memory and imagination. We are each enlightened, ignorant, kind, or cruel in moments. By paying attention to the present moment, and the next, and the next, WE determine the quality of our lives.”
Dan Millman, in “Living on Purpose”
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