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Savoring Every Moment

Savoring Every Moment

Brad Morris shares the importance of savoring every single moment.

Breathe in the Adventure of Life! Do not waste a single precious day or moment. Unplug from your technology, get off of Facebook and LIVE.

Become the channel for Life to be expressed through you. Let go of those silly fears of what others might think about you when you dance, sing, love openly, laugh out loud, speak honestly and do exactly what your Heart tells you to do. Show those self judgements that tell you can’t do it, that you CAN!

This life will come and go quickly which means we need to Live Here Now. Do not let another moment pass you by without acknowledging the True Miracle of Being Alive.

We are traveling through outer space at about 66,700 miles per hour somewhere in an infinitely expanding Universe and if you ask me, that’s a freakin’ Miracle–which makes us Miracles and since we’re miracles then we can absolutely create Miracles within ourselves and our lives. I’ve experienced plenty to know this is Truth. When you think you have a problem, just remember who you are and where you came from. We’re stardust, baby!!

Start with this breath and this moment. Breathe in the life-giving energy and say thank you to the Creator, say thank you to your parents, say thank you to the magic and mystery of the Universe for blessing you with this opportunity to be here.

You are not here by mistake, you have a purpose! Every cell in your body has a purpose for creating Wholeness within and each of us was born with a unique purpose to create Wholeness on the planet. You are destined to fulfill this purpose….Continue reading on InspireMeToday.com.

Brad is the founder of Cowabunga Life, a speaker, an author and a GratiDude!

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5:00AM PDT on Sep 16, 2013

It's good to live in the moment as much as you can, but you've still got to deal with money matters and the like. If you don't you'll have problems nagging at the back of your mind, which will stop you from living in the moment! You also have problems to sort.

So set aside some time to complete your unfinished business, and then you will enjoy peace of mind, for the rest to follow....

3:40AM PDT on Jun 11, 2013

Life is a gift to treasure

7:58AM PDT on Jun 10, 2013

Thanks,at least we could try...

2:35PM PDT on Jun 9, 2013

easier said than done, but worth it

6:48AM PDT on Jun 9, 2013

How true ... yesterday is over, and tomorrow's far away ... no guarantees. Live in the NOW and stay committed to the good that is today.

2:34AM PDT on Jun 8, 2013

thank you so much for this article

12:54AM PDT on Jun 8, 2013

Thank you for the wonderful advice.

11:49PM PDT on Jun 7, 2013

thanks

6:46PM PDT on Jun 7, 2013

Thanks.

6:27AM PDT on Jun 7, 2013

Thx

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