We often say that life goes by so quickly. There is a wonderful antidote to this feeling of a fleeting life. It's the practice of being present. When we are present in our lives we begin to see more clearly, and we often find the small treasures we missed, like the comfort of a simple task, the words of wisdom from those around us, the intricate beauty of nature, our deep feelings. There isn't musch to do when being present--simple notice, look closely, observe what is before us right now.
Being present makes every moment alive with meaning.

Written by Kathleen Wentz -The Spirit of the Labyrinth


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