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The Teenager’s Motto

Guest Author - Dominique Jordan

“Live in the moment.”

That’s it! These four little words combine to form a powerful statement about the human experience that teens have used for generations. This quote exists at the heart of every meaningful quote or saying that teens use as a source of strength in their everyday lives. This simple reminder of living in the moment and not taking anything for granted continues to be a source of inspiration for teens. If you were to ask any young person if they did or did not agree with this quote, I assure you that 99% of them would say that they would agree with it. This quote motivates them to take chances. It motivates them to develop a drive, a passion for life that they never even thought they had. Living in the moment also allows them to laugh and enjoy everything that comes with that laughter, which includes memories that will last forever. Treating every human being with genuine kindness without any form of hostility is living in the moment. Telling a loved one how you truly feel about them is living in the moment. Also, making sure you stay true to your self is a prime example of living in the moment.

The character Polonius in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet said, “This above all: to thine own self be true.” This simple statement that has been repeated for hundreds of years since it was first heard on the stage has inspired countless generations. It is a pure example of how to live in the moment by being true to yourself. By being true to yourself, you are embracing your best and worst qualities and saying, “This is me…and I’m okay with that.” This form of self-realization comes from living the moment. Being true to ourselves is just another example of how living in the moment can truly change our lives for the better.

But how can living in the moment make our lives better? That is a question with a simple answer. Teens know that living in the moment minimizes the possibility of facing regret and resentment. These negative consequences usually occur when we fail to do all the good things we want to do in life out of fear. By living in the moment, and taking chances on positive things that will benefit them in the long run, young people know that they are on a path towards a better future.

In the end, living in the moment is a concept that we all can appreciate. This simple quote continues to change and motivate countless people across the globe. It is something that we all can do on a daily basis that will help us to evolve as human beings. By living in the moment, we become more motivated to achieve our dreams, stay true to ourselves, and learn to appreciate everything around us.
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