Look at what Craig Mod wrote in his recent issue of Ridgeline:
“For me, this re-centering of life around the now is novel. Pre-pandemic I was always six to eighteen months out, rarely in the moment. But now the now is all we can depend on. It’s been sobering, and in some ways, a positive (or at least a reminder).”
I’m pulling it out of its context now (and the context is good!) but that doesn’t matter for the message he conveys. Living in the now is so important and it really is all we have. So once again I find myself religiously chanting:
Everyday is a treasure. Everyday is a treasure. Everyday is a treasure.