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Living Day by Day Life in essence is but a series of moments each unpredictable as well as precious Dwelling on the future or the past can only lead to anxiety and therefore one should live life day by day Buddha was once quoted as saying that The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past not to worry about the future or not to anticipate troubles but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly My philosophy on life is basic in that I believe that one should not dwell on petty insignificant problems instead they should live each moment carefree and honest Time will always correct the little things and if you spend most of your days worrying youll never actually live Life should be spent being happy and content in your toiling free from regret and apprehension You should not live each day in mourning for the next You should look forward to every day because they all present a world of opportunity Morality is defined as the rightness or wrongness of an action In effect morality can signify values or beliefs Morals take a part in our everyday lives They are the basis for our government and legal system and the framework for any conversation They tell us what to do and how to act as well as what is and what is not acceptable in todays society My morals coincide fittingly with the laws and beliefs of Taoist Mysticism The Taoists believe to be a moral or virtuous person you first have to find your inner unity You need to be at peace with yourself Secondly they believe in letting go of labels and prejudices Chuang Tzu one of the foremost leaders of the Taoist religion explained this belief by stating that those who are highly evolved maintain an undiscriminating perception A truly enlightened person should not discriminate against
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