Here’s What No One Tells You About Thinking In The Present

What We Know

As of what we know now we are alive, we can see, hear, smell, touch, and even taste. Life is going by right now as we know it. Are we in the future or we in the present? Maybe a few years ago we would consider where we are right now as the future, but as we think now the future to us could possibly be in 10 years. If you ask most Americans what the future would look like, they would most likely talk about flying cars, everything being wireless, and maybe even robots walking the streets just like us. The crazy thing is we’re getting closer to that idea every minute and every second with phones that require no wires for charging and cars being fueled without gas.

Stop Looking into the “Future”

As humans we tend to think about what is next and what is new. It seems at times that we are not always content with the materials and resources we have now. Knowing that that’s not how everyone thinks it is safe to say that once something is out and fresh we try to see how it can be advanced. As a society its not totally a bad thing to think like that, we always want what’s best for us or least what we think is best for us. If we work on something that has some form of passion towards it, whether it’s something old or relatively new then the future can wait

The Past Is Gone but It Can Still Help

Memories can sometimes lead to good or bad actions, when making decisions our memories can also have a big impact. As humans we make mistakes, and in the moment they can seem very harmful, luckily for us those mistakes seem to help us in the future causing us to grow and be more successful. With the proper mindset you can learn how to use your past experiences to your advantage and not regret the past as much as you do now.

Ideas Are Right in Front of You

Most successful ideas are brought to light by everyday problems. When facing a situation try to find a way out, if this way is efficient enough to become an everyday use for the modern world, write it down and work on how you can get it out to the public. Writing down that idea can take you a long way not only for your personal development but for the world. Don’t avoid a genuine vision when it comes to your mind, embrace it and share it with the globe.

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A young adult who’s writing is geared towards self-improvement and self care. “We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.”

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