J’ai lu cette semaine un passage tiré du livre écrit par Arnold M.Patent, et je voulais vous faire partager sa vision. L’auteur dit ceci: »Our society has taught us that time occurs in three stages: the past, the present and the future. In fact, there is only one time that is real-the present. Only the present moment ever really exists. Our concept of time has a strong impact on our perception. We tend to see our present circumstances in the light of past experiences. In other words, we expect things to remain pretty much the same as they have always been. This is especially true of the way we respond to people. We draw conclusions about the people we interact with, and next time we are with them we expect them to behave in accordance with our preconceived beliefs about them….Learning to be totally in the present- the only time that ever exists-is a skill that requires consistent practice. We have to remind ourselves continually that whatever we are presently experiencing is unique. It has never happened before, and it will never happen again. We are free to see and feel the present moment in a way we never saw or felt it before. »
Ah oui, c’est en anglais, j’espère que ce n’est pas un problème pour vous!