One of the hardest things to do is remain in the moment.
There's always something in the future to plan for.
Usually, most of us have long lists of things that need to be done.
When problems come or we face challenging situations, we tend to worry.
How will the problem get solved?
What can we do to speed it along?
What will happen?
It's at those times that remaining in the moment is more important than ever.
While it's important for us to be able to solve problems, sometimes the best thing we can do is just turn them over to the Creator of the Universe.
We do not need to worry about the future. As it's been said, "the future will take care of itself."
When worried about something, or waiting for a prayer to be answered, I truly try to remain in the "now."
I just love the expression, "Yesterday's gone, tomorrow might not come, so all we have is today." Let us live it well!
Today is a gift.
That's why they call it the "present."
So I like to close my eyes, turn everything over to God, and live in the moment. He'll take care of the rest.
Joining "Think on These Things" on Lorraine's blog, With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart.
HOW ARE YOU AT REMAINING IN THE MOMENT? CAN YOU DO IT?