Accept this Moment

be at peace

Accept the present moment and allow it to be.

Make peace with yourself.

Make peace with life.

Make peace with this moment.

Allow the world to be.

Let life unfold without resistance.

No need for evaluating or judging.

Find the beauty here.

 

43 responses to “Accept this Moment

  1. I’m trying to live by this… it’s hard because I’m not used to it.. I’m not used to letting things go and accepting them.. that you for your words… they are inspiring to me!

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  2. Thanks for this wonderful post, Val. I needed this. I had to accept a rescheduled dental appointment and go today rather than Friday and my spouse didn’t understand. It’s ok. It is what it is. Namaste!

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    • I’m so glad it worked it’s magic for you Sheilagh πŸ’› Life sometimes takes us off the path and we all need gentle reminders. This moment is the most precious, because it is.

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    • Thanks Kath πŸ’› I’m glad this reminder helped you today. It’s so easy to get caught up in our thinking and fortune telling about the future. Coming home in this moment and trusting it will unfold as it needs to, is freeing.

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  3. Find the beauty of the moment .. I so need this right now. To go with the flow of life without resistance and to make peace with it. Thanks for your beautiful thoughts. It is uplifting❀.

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  4. I love this post because we all get busy with daily pressures and forget to maintain that sense of peace and calmness. Powerful message

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  5. So beautiful… I have recently read T.S EliotΒ΄s “Four Quartets”- It is a long poem, divided in 4 parts (each part with 5 sections). The first one is called “Burnt Norton”. It starts: “Time present and time past/Are both perhaps present in time future,/And time future contained in time past”… Those first verses truly resonated with me… What really “is” (exists) is This moment, the present. ThatΒ΄s why we should try to live each moments to its fullest…
    What might have been is an abstraction”, says Eliot (and same applies, to a certain extent with “what will be”, meaning the future…
    Thank you for sharing, dearest Val… Sending love πŸ˜‰

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