A great personal philosophy! Here are a few suggested changes.
My two year old daughter loves to jump from the dining table; she usually gets hurt and then cries. The very next moment, she forgets and does the same thing all over again. Children donít sometimes retain any bad memory of their past. Also, they don't typically consider
aboutthe future when it comes to potential dangers. They just do thethings whole heartedly and what they find interesting at that moment. TheChildren just live in the present moment. I am allinspired withby them and I want to enjoy every moment like a child. I donít want to getbe distracted by bad memories of my past. SoBut if it comesI am, I try to get involved with something else depending on the time and situation, like trying a new recipe, writing onabout something new, calling up some old friends. It works for me. Enjoying every single moment is a similar practice like learning any new skill. It took me years to swim effortlessly at deep ends. And I know I will be able to enjoy theevery single moment effortlessly if I keep practicing the same way thechildren do.
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