Living in the moment is being present and aware of the moments we are in. If our minds are preoccupied in the past or future, we are not truly alive in the present. Little children seem to have mastered what we sometimes lose with age. The innocently young neither have a concept of past nor future and thus see ordinary occurrences as grand adventures. All the while, breathing in the simple things with great wonder and appreciation — like, shiny bubbles that house tiny magical rainbows. Living in the moment is simply being aware of life as it is; and releasing the need for it to be anything else other than what it is in the now. To look. And feel. And listen. And be truly contented. That’s what makes life special. Because after all, forever is composed of the nows.