The Meaning of Tomorrow

By the time I finish saying, “now,” now is gone.
Dec 03, 2015
Since the present moment is always changing, it’s hard to understand what “now” even means. By without knowing the now, how can we ever grasp the meaning of tomorrow?

People say “now,” right? I have said “now.” And one day I was thinking about “now.” Now is the most elusive thing there is. Because by the time I say “now,” it’s not now anymore. So, by the time I finish saying “now,” now is gone.

Here is one for you. If you don’t understand the meaning of “one,” what is the point in going on to two? After all, “two” is just two ones.

If you don’t understand the meaning of “now,” what is the point in trying to understand the meaning of “tomorrow”? Because you would be pleasantly surprised that tomorrow too will be just full of a bunch of nows—and none different. You need in your life to know.

– Prem Rawat

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