Focusing on Now Cartoons

I came across this little gem of a book with these cartoons this past weekend called Love is letting go of fear by Dr. Gerald Jampolsky. It’s a very short read, but the messages are spot on and timeless. If you’re like me, you spend a lot of time on regrets from the past or focusing on fears of the future. Obviously not good and it only gives you more of the same.

Hope this keeps you focused on Now and the love that surrounds us and the potential each of us have to create and spread more goodness each moment.

Happy Tuesday,


10 responses to “Focusing on Now Cartoons”

  1. Dwight, this is a great little book! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. This probably sounds obvious, but I need to stay busy with social and productive things so I don’t sink into the past regrets / future worries trap. One new thing I am trying soon is pickleball! A new place just opened up near us 🙂

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    1. I get it. That sounds like a lot of fun and a great workout!


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    Roxanne Roberts

    Wonderful book! It was required reading when I was studying to become a Colorado State Certified Body/Mind therapist in the late 80’s. Or I read it for biofeedback training, the 80’s was a long time ago! But I remember the book! Would be good to read it again. One of my favorite sayings is “If you have one foot in the past, and one foot in the future, then you are pissing on today”

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  4. These are great, Dwight! Love them. 💞

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  5. I’ve never heard of this book but I love these and thanks for this reminder! The quote Roxanne said above, I just love too! Good one to keep in mind! PS- I’ve been checking in with WP and my feed all day and your blog just showed up. Says you posted it 12 hours ago. Always late to the party. 😆

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  6. oh my gosh..i actually owned a copy of this ( or one of my parents did) at one point in my life. It certainly is a cute little book and helpful to stay “in the moment” – a phrase i didnt hear till much later!

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  7. Awesome find. It is so hard to be in the present instead of the future for me (and occasionally the past). But coming back again and again is so worth it so we don’t miss our lives. Thanks for sharing, Dwight!

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  8. I woke up this morning thinking about living in the moment. I’m saving these photos as a reminder. ❤️

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