Carpe Diem | Table O Contents
Seize the Day!
- Carpe Diem | Table O Contents
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Contemplating the Future
Hint. When you live today, you’ll find happiness! But, when you go living in the past, you’ll only find depression.
Similarly, when contemplating and living in the future, all you’ll find is anxiety!
Living in The Past
When you live today, you’ll find happiness!
But, when you go living in the past, you’ll only find depression.
Living in The Moment
Therefore, live today … in the moment.
Still, even given that … always remember this!
Tomorrow will only take care of tomorrow if you plan for your future today, in the now.
What’s past is past.
Seize the moment of this moment, seize the entire moments of this day!
Do so, and you’ll find …
That you’ve indeed enjoyed your very foreseeable future, as well as remembered your exceptionally fond past!
Note. The above synopsis was derived from a poem written by Quintus Horatius Flaccus aka ‘Horace the Poet’, circa 23 B.C.E. .
- Carpe Diem by Quintus Horatius Flaccus aka ‘Horace the Poet’, circa 23 B.C.E.
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