In This Moment

We worry. O! How we worry.

We worry about money (too much? not enough? what late notice??)

We worry about each other (are you okay? are you mad at me? what are you thinking about?)

We worry about the past (I/you/he/she shouldn’t have said that. I/you/he/she should have done this.)

We worry about the future (where will my business be next year? 5 years from now? will I ever get to retire?)

But what about the present moment? What if you stop, here right now in the moment, and sink into it?

You’re safe. You’re alive. You may even be one of the lucky 15% of the world’s population who can afford to eat three meals today. Things may have happened in a previous moment which upset you and the future is always uncertain.

But in this moment, there is nothing more you need to do than be.

Just be.

Everything’s already alright.

15 thoughts on “In This Moment”

    1. Yes, this is the one I use too Sandi! Hi Jenny – very nice post!@JenPriceDavis:disqusRob White said recently on his WROAR radio program that two beliefs can empower us through life – I am unlimited and life is here to support me. All is well.

  1. Jenny, I forget to do that, and I thank you for reminding me. So far this year it has been a challenge between being sick and putting my dog down, business issues, on and on. You are right, in this moment… in this moment, everything’s already alright.

    15 percent only? I am really blessed, I just had a wonderful dinner with my 4 year old grandson. As a college sits by her husbands bedside hoping he will get better, as I see those who are losing their homes… in this moment, all is well, it is already alright. It is good, I am blessed.

    Thank you!

    1. ~hugs~ Andrea. This brought tears to my eyes. You’ve been put through the wringer lately, no doubt, and I’m so glad this message found you at the right moment (this one 🙂 Much love and blessings!

  2. Jenny, once again we are on the same page. Thanks for the reminder that we’re safe because, in truth, we are not only safe, we are so blessed. I have a huge poster in my bedroom that reads “Everything is Going to Be Okay” – I taped out the words “Going to Be” – now it just reads “Everything Is Okay”. Much better.

  3. my favorite mantra, alongside ‘all is well’, is, ‘no worries”.

    1. That does give an ‘aaaahhhh’ ….I’m writing it down on the board right now “the joy is in the journey and the future is friendly” So soothing.

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