If someone bought you a beautiful gift, is it better to say
"This is nice' or
"That was nice" . ... ?
If you say "That was nice" you are instantly putting it in the past :
you can expand now to include everything you love
learn the craft of letting nice experiences fill you with permanent joy: don't accidentally throw away joy:
Imagine if some one told you that they had some money and that they were going to store away, and it would probably be great for 3 weeks.
You would tell them: " Better yet: You can put it in a place were it is great for 10 years or as long as you want to keep it....I"
Very few people know where to put great memories in a place where they are stable and grow: It belongs in the "EXPANDED NOW".
You don't have to keep the great moment of the past in your past: you keep precise parts of them in your "Now". This is something actors are trained and paid to do. Only a few public speakers use it. You deserve to use it.
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