Think in the present tense

"Watch your thoughts as you address the golf ball," the pro was saying, "because they can affect your game." I was listening to a news program when this golfing tip caught my attention.

"There can be temptations as you stand there. You can think of your last shot. Perhaps be upset because it was bad. Or you can worry about your next shot. Wonder if you'll clear the water hazard or if you'll be in the rough. But in either case, you're being concerned about the past or the future instead of concentrating on the present, which is really what matters at that instant. The proper approach is to think in the present tense."

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God's fruitage
May 20, 1985
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