Living in the Present

We always spend our day worrying about the future when in fact, it is only a prediction of what can actually happen.

Now, past, future signs

My Story

I have to admit, it wasn’t until recently when I started to stop worrying about future possibilities.

As a student, I would always think about what might happen during a presentation or during a major school event instead of concentrating on my current task, studying or preparing for the event.

This act lessens my time spent with what is more important which is the process.

There are also times when I drain myself because of future thought, and it always affects my sleeping habits.


Over the past years, I realized that I never got my predictions right. It was either more than or less than what I expected it to be.

At the end of the day, I cannot control the result of the process. But what I can handle is my mindset towards it.

Presenting your best self

I realized that I should always do my best, prepare what I can and let the rest flow.

There will always be two sides of the story anyway. So enjoy the process, be happy and be contented of how far you’ve reached.

One of the causes of our worries is the possible effect.

But at the end of the day, we don’t have control over it. It’s just a matter of process and our mindset towards it.

So let’s do the best we can, provide the right mindset on the process and have fun!



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