Sometimes, it’s simple …
1) Whoever comes is the right people
2) Whatever happens is the only thing that could have
3) Whenever it starts is the right time
4) When it’s over it’s over.
The Law is the so called Law of Two Feet, which states simply, if at any time you find yourself in any situation where you are neither learning nor contributing – use you two feet and move to some place more to you liking.
(source: Purple Pointr)
… but it sure isn’t easy.
I ponder a lot about what happened in the past: what happened yesterday, last year, a decade ago, …? And I often worry about the future as well (what will happen next? where will I be in a year or so? …).
It’s not a bad thing to do, is it? We learn from our mistakes and making plans for the future keeps us focused, right?
I’m not so sure about that.
You see, whatever memory you have and whatever plan you’re thinking about: all you have is now. So to make the best of your mistakes and to realize most of your plans the first you have to do is:
make the most of now. Makes sense, since now is all you’ve got.
And so I take my best shot at doing exactly that.
Every single day, that’s what all of us do: we get up and try to make most of what we have.