Dare boldly

A blog by Louise Gallagher

What if this moment was the most important there was?

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We sometimes forget that every moment counts. Every moment makes a difference.

In the mundane, daily grind of living, we forget that each moment can be filled with opportunity, beauty, love, joy, possibility, and a host of other attributes that make it shine.

Sometimes, we forget to look at this moment right now as the most important moment to live.

For today, what if we all chose to live this moment right now as the most important moment in which to express ourselves freely, create beautifully, live lovingly?

What if this moment was the most important moment in your life right now?

What if consciously choosing to fill this moment right now, with beauty, joy, love, you create an entire 1,440 moments of beauty, joy and love throughout your day?

What would you change?

Author: Louise Gallagher

I believe in wonder. I believe we are all magnificent beings of divine beauty. I believe we can make a difference in this world, through every act, word, thought. I believe we create ripples with everything we do and say and want to inspire everyone to use their ripple to create a better world for everyone. I'm grateful you're here.

7 thoughts on “What if this moment was the most important there was?

  1. They ALL ARE the most important. We can’t live without ALL of them. Everyday living provides everyday surprises – most of the best ones are completely unexpected. Some for telling the whole world about. Some for keeping intensely private.

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  2. Gee, not a thing — ain’t that a great thing to realize? Thanks! 😊

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  3. I agree with all three comments posted in reply. Why even contemplate change when we literally are the creators of our own destiny, sculpted by the moment we live in. If we start thinking about what we would or may change, then we get into that “.what IF” conundrum. Not a path I want to take.

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    • Such a fascinating discussion and I love your answer Iwona. ❤ I am a 'What if" processor — not in the 'what if I did that or that" as in the past tense, but rather the 'What If, I choose to let go of my fear of …… , or What if I choose to go to the gym instead of watching Season 6 of HOmeland (which just came out on Netflix and is calling my name — but I do need to go to the gym and I do need to get a few other things done before binge watching!) 🙂 — What if's don't work for me in the past tense, but they do help me stay conscious in the present of my current choices — and I need all the help I can get sometimes in making good choices in the present moment!

      Hmmmm…. you've got me pondering! Love it! Hugs

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