What does 'to live in the moment' mean?

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They say that there's not a lot you can do to change the length of your life, but there is a lot you can do to change its width and depth. Live the moment is one way of saying take full advantage of right now.

Take a chance. Dare to raise your heart rate. After all, you only live twice, and the first time's only temporary.


If you pay attention to what's going on around you now - "live the moment" - you will enjoy things a lot better than if you spend all your time thinking about the past or worrying about the future.
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What does living from moment to moment imply?

The term "living moment to moment" implies that you should notworry about the future and just live each day as it passes.Worrying can take away from the excitement of life.

Where is Lady Gaga living at the moment?

She says she does not have a current home, but she believes her home is on stage. So basically, she travels, and her tour bus, parent's home, and hotels are her homes...oh and

What is the Italian translation of 'To live in the moment'?

Vivere nel momento is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Live in the moment." Specifically, the infinitive vivere means "to live." The word nel combines the
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What does from this moment mean?

From this moment means from this point forward. Nothing included from the past but focus on everything in the future. An example could be, "From this moment on no one will be