2019 like 1843, 1031, 2039 BC and so on are all history, they no longer exist, except as a memory or a memory of something we read or were told about a past year. They are just mental forms, temporary like all, and are mythological like time itself. They are human mind constructs.

None of that matters unless you attach yourself to the past. If you make attachments, then the past will allow your ego to shape your life and control it. If we accept that everything that happened and existed up to this moment now no longer exists apart from in our mind, then we can choose to let go of it by not energising it. Anything within our mind is within us and the real you and I can control it no the other way round, it is a choice.

‘I had a bad 2019’ or ‘2019 was great’…neither matter, it is the past, gone and as you read this, it is now, as in the eternal present moment. Even when we get to 1 hour from now, it will be now, it will be the present moment, the only moment that you are ever alive. Past and future exist only in the mind.

It won’t matter what year it is, day of the week, hour, minute, second…that is just the surface of our life situation, our real life is always in the moment that is now. Thus if we accept now, embrace it and allow the inner joy that is always there to flow in our consciousness, then what happens in 2019, 2020, 2030 so on does not matter, it will not affect our inner state of joy, it only disrupts the mythical unreal world of the time-bound life situation that we all think is ‘normal’ life.

2019, except for this moment right now no longer exists. Accepting that will bring you constant joy and peace, not an unconscious mind-controlled life that gets its very existence from what has already happened and suffers from it.


It’s Wednesday, it could be Tuesday or any other day.

If we’ve waited all week, all month, maybe even all year, for today to be happy or to become fulfilled by things, then once the euphoria of the ‘big day’ has subsided, then it could be a long wait for another ‘big day’ to get our dose of happiness.

‘Big days’ come few and far between and when they arrive, we’ve often already mentally moved onto the next ‘big day’ as it will be better than this one in our mind. Salvation will come next time! It won’t.

The time or day is always now…enjoy now and stop waiting for ‘big days’. This moment is what we have, accept it, enjoy and live it. Denial of it leads to the perpetual searching for the next ‘big day’, the next Wednesday.