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A Majestic View

The majesty of one’s life is seen if the view of the world is majestic in this exact moment. Life can only be viewed through one’s own eyes and when the mind is quiet enough, it will be a majestic one.

Our life is majestic if we only take the time to see its majesty. You don’t have to go to a place like the Grand Canyon or some other wonder of the world to see it, how about your own back yard or just taking a walk in the park. But if the mind isn’t quiet, it will not matter where one is, the majesty of the given moment will be missed and so will the majesty of one’s life be missed.

So much of life is missed because of the noise in the head. Take the time to smell the roses before the roses are gone. If you keep saying tomorrow, tomorrow, my heart goes out to you because literally tomorrow never comes. Regardless of what goes on in one’s mind, it is always today. You may dream of tomorrow, but the dream can only happen today. One can hope or wish for tomorrow to be different than today, but at some point tomorrow becomes today. It is always today and that’s where the mind needs to be if you want to be with the majesty of life.

Take a step back before you miss one more second of your life. There are many, many, distractions, thats why if the mind isn’t quiet the majesty of one’s life is missed which is always right before one’s very eyes. It is up to each individual alone to see the majesty that life has to offer, but if one is to busy to slow down, life will be over before you know it. You can accomplish many things in life, but that doesn’t necessarily equate to seeing how majestic life is. It may allow you to see how majestic you are, but it is the Universe that gives one a sense of awe. And it will only be seen by a mind that is ready for it by learning to be quiet enough to see the majesty that life has to offer, in the way that it is in this exact moment.

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