Yesterday is past, and tomorrow is future. So you live in the present, today. Whatever you do in the present moment has much bearing on your future events, your prosperity.
In your subconscious thoughts, you may have a tendency to aspire to gain those which you lack in the present. Here comes the worthiness in living the “present moment” to reach what you want in your dreams. Plan your goals in the present to achieve the dream goals so you can act on them in the future for your prosperity and improvement. As the American poet Emily Dickinson has said, “Forever is composed of nows.” And what you do with your “present moment “decides your future.
Many times we have a tendency to spend our time calling back about what happened in the past or about the future and speculating about what may happen. Or feel uncomfortable or anxious or guessing about something that will or might happen, a possibility, in the future, rather focusing on actions toward a desired goal that gives purpose and direction to be done in the present moment, now. Such thinking can only lead us to delaying what we need to do in the present, leading us to the act of postponing. Postponement leads us to fear psychosis such as “I don’t want to do that right now” that can work as a counter to reach your goals, a threaten to your future prosperity
Frequently, we complain about non-availability of enough time in a day to carry out actions, and on the other hand we tend to postpone matters. This way we cause to happen most of our life much more miserable than necessary: a state of difficulty that needs to be resolved. To resolve this state of difficulty is to continue to live genuinely as much as possible in the present moment by natural means that you can control. Time is a natural gift, so use it wisely
Do not spend your valuable present moments thoughtlessly or in distress or projecting. Use time to act, to do. When you concentrate on the “present moment,” you’ll be overwhelmingly surprised at how much more time you seem to have, and how much more you can carry out in the present moment.
Omar Nelson Bradley, a senior U.S. Army field commander during World War II, put it so wisely, “This is as true in everyday life as it is in battle: we are given one life and the decision is ours whether to wait for circumstances to make up our mind, or whether to act and in acting, to live.” So live in the present without fear