Finishing the Moment and Being in the Moment

Political Angle by Ryan Steffy

After beginning to read "The Why of Work," by Dave and Wendy Ulrich this author has come to the conclusion that people are in need of compassion and passionate momentary thinking. For a majority of Americans have lost the edge to be in the moment because some people are preoccupied by their inconsistent behavior towards understanding. How does one go about changing and becoming more in the moment?

First, momentary consciousness is an ability to understand that the present is important, that the past was not as important and that the future is important. By being of the inclination that momentary consciousness is important a person will be more than likely able to understand why things happen the way they happen. Reading and looking at certain books on the subject of consciousness will not only help people to better understand and relate more towards others but it will allow people to be better recognized.

Next, another way to improve behavior is to understand the moral and ethical responsibilities of a person's behavior. An example of morality is to understand the principle of Immanuel Kant when he said, "It is our duty to act morally." This axiom which was written in "the Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Morals" is not only one of the most important axioms to understand but it helps to relate to consciousness.

And lastly, by being more aware of personal consciousness a person is more than likely to act in the right rather than in the wrong because they will be thinking of the future consequences of their actions. As Sir Isaac Newton said "For every action there is an opposite an equal reaction" meaning that people must be privy to their actions and not do something to disrupt future positivity. And that is why consciousness is such a vital thing because by being conscious of one's thoughts and one's actions they are able to do what is right over what is wrong.

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