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 Remember To Be Here NowFor today’s Inspirational Words…

The next person, place or thing you encounter may be the most important in your life so far. Will you remember to

BE HERE NOW?

Not thinking of all of the things you have to do today.
Not dwelling on the unpleasant encounter you had with your friend, or spouse or child this morning.
Not worrying about your next bill to pay or how you’re going to pay it.
Not grieving over the loss of someone who may actually be trying to reach you,
if you were silent and peaceful and present.
Not fuming to yourself about the the guy who cut you off in traffic this morning.
Not stressing about your upcoming job performance review.
Not imagining the worse case scenario of your visit with your dentist or
doctor later this week.

And the list goes on and on and on …

Life is short.
It can end in a moment and it has for some people.
A moment they were not expecting.

This is your wake up call.

So, I’m asking you again.
Will you remember to BE HERE NOW.
In this moment. It’s yours. It’s got your name on it.
Take it. Make it matter!

Take care and have a beautiful day.
Love and blessings, Veronica
Email Veronica Here: veronicahay@telus.net

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 Will You Remember To Be Here Now The other day when I went to the grocery store I had a lot on my mind and I was deep in thought. I had recently made a decision to live more consciously, to be present in my life, awake and aware, and I suddenly remembered that decision and snapped myself out of the complete daze I found myself in.

It was as though I had awakened from a dream.

I stood at the front of the grocery store and looked around. There were about 10 long check out lines. It was an extremely busy place. I could see from where I was standing that almost everyone was asleep. Not one person was truly conscious. They were all lost in their own thoughts, daydreaming about something else or someplace else, reflecting on today’s tribulations or tomorrows obligations. I couldn’t help but notice one young man talking on his cell phone during the entire payment process. He never once acknowledged the cashier, it was as though she didn’t even exist, was simply a robot. I am sure that if I had gone up to him on his way out the door and asked him what the cashier looked like, he would not have been able to tell me whether it was a man or a woman who had served him.

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