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OSHO is responding to the question of a visitor: Is it really possible to be in the “now-here” all the time? Most of my time seems to go in planning for, or worrying about, the future.
[quote_box_center]”Whether you know it or not, you cannot be anywhere else than here and now; wherever you are it will be here and now. You are given only one moment at a time — and you are wasting that moment in planning or worrying about the future; and the future never comes. What comes is always here, now: it is a series of “nows” — one now, another now — you are always living in the now.” – OSHO[/quote_box_center]