Have you ever thought back at how your mind worked 10, 20, 30 years ago? All of your different believe systems you had.
All the things you believed in back then. The people you liked or disliked. The people you chose as your friends. The love affairs/marriages that would never end.
How adamant we were about our believes. Our believes in our governments, our religions and even the people around us. For me, the younger I was the more I had things figured out. Yes, I was so quick to judge other people and their motives.
Yes, now that we are older things are less black and white. I realize how little I know about everything. That I really have no right to judge other people and never did.
How can I be so adamant about anything, when I have changed so much in the last 50 years. That being true, how much more will I change in the next few years. Which is even more reason not to get "dug in" on a thought system and feeling adamant about anything.
Coming to peace with who I've been and who I will be has allowed me to enjoy the present moment so much more.
I had some great teachers help me with this long the way Gary Zukav, Caroline Myss Depok, Wayne Dyer and my favorite Eckhart Tolle.
Spending to much time in the pass or the future will destroy your present moment. The power of the "now."
Maybe spending too much time on the time machine could be a real problem.
I wish you all peace here. Enjoy your journey.