Have you ever been sitting, staring at a clock, waiting for the next moment to come but it never seems to get any closer? Have you ever been so caught up in something that hours, days, maybe even weeks seem to pass in the blink of an eye? What about the moments where it seems time has stopped, where you can remember every detail down to the clothes you were wearing, the song that was playing, the food you were eating, or even the smells around you.
A moment is both infinitely small and infinitely large at the same time. One can make a moment of pain pass with a breath or keep a moment of bliss for a lifetime. Everyone has the power to, in their own life, decide what they want to last and what they want to pass.
If you believe this to be true, challenge yourself to draw each moment worth holding onto into the next and leave all of life's pains by the wayside. This is how I believe a person in old age can remain young or how one with very little can have so much. By dwelling in moments that make one feel beautiful, loved, empowered, this is how one can live their bliss.