Right Now

There is only one day people need to worry about, according to a meditation CD I used to listen to. We do not need to worry about yesterday, because yesterday has already passed. There is nothing that you can change about yesterday, so do not worry about it for its faults and mistakes. Yesterday is over. We should not worry about tomorrow, with all its possibilties and prooblems. Tomorrow has not happened yet, so we should not trouble ourselves with it. The only day we should worry about is today. Right now.

Why shouldn’t we worry? Why should we just relax? What is good about telling ourselves this? If we only worry about right now, how will we plan for the future? How will we decide what we want to do with our lives? What will we do when we need to think about the path our lives will take?

I believe that we must think about everything that pertains to us if we wish to survive in this world. I was watching Steve Paikin’s the agenda, and he was discussing austerity. It was interesting because some people made sense, whereas others didn’t have a clue what they were talking about; like the man from Queen’s University.

I feel that everything in our life is important because we only have one life to live. So we must understand the importance of enjoying what time we have, and we need to believe in life as a gift and understand that it is important. This makes me ask a question: Why doesn’t the Canadian government see it this way?

Look up a collection of human rights, using any search engine, and you will understand what the differences are between following these guideines, and skirting them. I honestly advise you to do your own research before you will beleve me, but I hope that once you see things as I see them; through your own eyes.

So here’s a question: Why don’t they care?