Vijay Eswaran Says to Live For Today

We act as if life is permanent living as if we have forever because we forget that we will not live forever. Today could be the last day that you have on Earth because in reality there are no promises.

Life management’s eleven pillars are explained through the use of insights, personal experience and stories by Vijay Eswaran.

Get inspired to live in the here and now through notes from Two Minutes from the Abyss. The biggest lesson is that life could end at any moment because there is no promise of tomorrow. A young monk said that we are all just a few minutes from the abyss.

Vijay realized that the statement was true and is still true because we are always just two minutes away.

Our we living life in a manner that is understanding and respectful of the fact that we might not be here tomorrow?

There are a number of warrior tribes from various parts of the world including some from the Northern United States that shared the practice of saying a prayer, song, verse or war cry each morning or prior to better that while it varied translated roughly into the fact that today was good for dying. Read more: Vijay Eswaran | Professional Profile – LinkedIn

Vijay realized that once the reality of that any second could be our last sinks in we begin to live our lives instead of just being present in them. Story can be remembered easily staying with you long after you finish them.

A story can convey complex philosophical concepts simply and allow them to continually resound thought your mind for your entire life. Thinking in terms of vibration, frequency and energy to determine the universe’s secrets was suggested by Nikola Tesla.

We are the product of forces including upbringing, culture, parents, friends and our own inherent nature that made us who and what we are.

In order to follow the path that leads to success it is necessary to ignore the things put on you and obstacles thrown on your. Some are insignificant and the rest have little importance. We do not have time so we should feel some sense of urgency within us.

This urgency is similar to a candle that creates a comforting glow in complete darkness.

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