You are where your thoughts are. See to it
that your thoughts are where you want to be.
Rabbi Nachman of Bratslav, (1772 - 1810), great-grandson of Balschem, Rabbis and storytellers
That is difficult for most people. They are often not even with their thoughts in the here and now. They care for a future that does not yet exist and mourn a past that is over and not repeatable. Wirmüssen learn again to be there with our thoughts, where we are and what we are doing. Only then we can live a good life. We will suddenly discover beautiful things that we previously overlooked. It also happens to us but then the bad things. But seen by us, we can act.