To the Point: When?

People can get trapped in the fallacy of future happiness.

“When I turn 18 (or 21 or 30 or some other magical number)…  When I get my house paid off…  When I get that promotion at work…  When I get this weight off…  When my spouse finally understands me…then I’ll have it made!”

How unfortunate to let future aspirations rob you of the joy that comes from appreciating what you have now.


2 thoughts on “To the Point: When?

  1. Very true. Most people do not enjoy the life they have at the moment, because they are always looking ahead to the future. To people like that I say,” When you get to the future it will be no better than the past unless you change your attitude.” Don’t miss life, live in the moment for tomorrow may never come.

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