Make your life your friend
Working on making the present moment your friend is a practice embraced by many who seek mindfulness and inner peace. By accepting and embracing the present moment, individuals often find greater contentment, reduced stress, and increased resilience. On the other hand, resisting the present moment can lead to frustration, anxiety, and a sense of disconnect from reality. While resistance might provide temporary relief or distraction, it usually doesn't offer a sustainable solution. Ultimately, learning to befriend the present moment can be a powerful tool for personal growth and well-being. How many people work on making the present moment their friend? On the other hand, how many people resist the present moment? If so, does it work?
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