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The less one has to do, the less time one finds to do it in.
-- Lord Chesterfield


Saturday, March 13, 2010

While it’s here

It doesn’t do much good when you appreciate the value of a moment only after that moment has passed. By that time, it’s really too late.

Instead, see the value of each moment while it is here. Live and experience that value while you still can.

The biggest regrets are for opportunities missed, for the things you could have done but didn’t. Choose to deal in action rather than in regret.

Take the opportunity presented by each moment as the moment arrives. Dive into the richness before it fades away.

Life is filled with great abundance. But the abundance can’t be saved for later unless you live it now.

Live it now, and make the most of it while it’s here. And then, though the moment will soon pass, you’ll always have its value.

— Ralph Marston

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