In Buddhism, every moment counts.
Now, this is not a new concept, but it is one that has had staying power, from the classical world to our own.
Writing several hundred years after Buddha, the Roman poet Horace was perhaps the first to use the phrase, “carpe diem,” or seize the day, in print. It appears in the first book of his Odes. He urged readers to take advantage of the moments they are living, to recognize the worth of living now rather than later.
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