Being Now

The phrase “living in the now” is suspect. As with any living condition, it implies impermanence, like you’re just visiting. Now is a tricky place to understand, as it is like water; both permanent and impermanent simultaneously.

We are like fish, in that we are not simply living in the now, but we are being in the now always.

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