7 Power Cleans (135/95)
200 Meter Run
“True happiness is to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence of the future” – Seneca
How often do we rush to finish line?
Immediately turning to the next, only to rush once again?
The aim is not to ignore the future. Yet when we spend so much time working for the future, we by default ignore the present. Until... it has become the past. All of this can sound mindlessly simple – and it is. Yet we often become so frantically busy planning for the future, that we actually miss living in this moment.
Happiness is delivered in many forms, with the most important being... present enjoyment of the moment. Happiness has all that it wants. Wherever we go today, go with everything we got.