Living in the present requires patience, but it also develops patience. Living in the present means trusting that the Universe will bring about all things at the appointed time. Living in the now can be summed up by saying, “The grass grows.” In the winter we may lose faith that the grass will grow, but when the time is right, it will grow. Nothing is needed on our part — technically not even patience, because it will grow no matter if we worry or have faith.
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