The present moment is what you can control right now to design a preferable future.

That’s a powerful statement. But if you really think about it – your actions in the present (the right this moment) will indeed bare the desired future fruit you so imagine.

Sounds simple enough – and is. But as we all know – simple is hard. So it takes practice.

In this talk, Rev. Takafumi Kawakami, Deputy Head Priest at Kyoto’s Shunkoin Temple, embraces the skill of mindfulness as the center of Zen Buddhism and meditation, inspiring us all to slow our frantic lives to stay true to the present.

 

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