To experience the most in life by viewing each day as a separate life, much like Stoic philosopher Seneca.
Seneca believed that people can live multiple lives in one lifetime by living fully each day and treating each day as a separate life.
Living fully involves concentrating on the present, irrespective of the past or what the future could look like. It becomes easier to achieve complete satisfaction with the opening of greater opportunities.
To live fully and experience each day separately, one must appreciate the gift of time. One should try to acquire knowledge, build clarity in helping prepare for an unpredictable future, and commit to exploring oneself.
It requires defining the value of routines as crucial to maintaining everyday life knowing the consistent connection of day to day value creation with creativity and purpose and not falling to redundant, indecisive actions.
Taking risks and trying new things are among the necessary steps one should take to ensure having unique experiences, fostering better understanding of oneself and the environment.
Enhancing creativity, taking chances, and taking care of oneself are other ways of savouring each day and accepting its worth and embracing the journey to an adventurous life.
Seneca encouraged people to treat each day as it’s the last to savour life in absolute fulfilment, with no regrets.
In conclusion, counting each day as a separate life is living the present to the fullest, savouring every moment and accepting that the present is all we have is consequential in improving individual fulfillment. The thought of taking risks, setting routines, igniting creativity in discovery of new grounds, as well as treating every day as an opportunity to experience life fully would unearth the full experience of what a day has to offer.
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From Seneca to Eckhart Tolle, people have been writing about living in the “now,” because it is a vital part of life so many of us keep forgetting to do. 💗
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Yes I believe reminders are always necessary
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