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Being in the now, and not letting your mind wander, will ensure we are living life to the fullest, in the present moment. If we keep our minds engrossed in imaginary future scenarios, we would not be able to pay full attention to the needs of the present moment.
Be here now, and feel the sensation of being alive and breathing, ready for what life has for you.
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