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Morning Meditations with Coach Dave

Your mission today if you choose to accept is to:


Live for the moment, and allow tommorow to handle itself.


Tomorrow is not promised to any of us.

So don't take any moments for granted. Give yourself permission to live for life's precious moments.


Worrying over tomorrow's destructions can separate you from today’s peace.


Remember to allow yourself the opportunity to live, love, and laugh. Allow yourself a chance to accept your emotions without judgment or fear. Know that It is healthy and normal to feel a range of emotions besides happiness.


Worrying for Tommorow is like being angry over spilled coffee on the carpet of your Rolls-Royce, that you have yet to purchase.

(Think about it)


You're on a mission to live each precious moment today. I happen to believe that "You got this."


So you already know what I'm about to say....


Repeat after me:

I will live today like it's my last.


Namaste 🙏

Coach Dave

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This has been something that I just started doing within the last year. I got a little too anxious about what’s to come weeks and months away. I can say living in the moment has helped me tremendously to be more at peace on my day to day activities. One day at a time. This is a good one!

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Dave Shelton
Mar 24, 2022
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Yes. One of my students has been down with cancer and yesterday we got news that it has taken a turn for the worst. So my mind wanted to start predicting the future. But this morning I realized it's better to focus on the moment.

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