This is a good moment, and I will remember it

If a good life is a collection of good moments, then remember to mindfully make of every moment the best it can be!

Stay alert to notice good moments whenever they arise, and do your best to capture them by bringing down your plane from the high altitude of your thoughts and landing it on this present moment, with all the feelings it brings about. Pause to mindfully notice the weather, the sights and sounds, the thoughts and emotions, the sensations in your body, and take it all in. Record the experience in your memory by saying to yourself, “This is a good moment, and I will remember it!”

Not only notice the good moments that arise spontaneously, but also create joyful moments deliberately. Do your best to populate your days with things, activities, people, and places you love by creating and spending time in environments you love, nurturing good friendships, and choosing to do the activities you like.

Create the life you want to live by filling your days with moments of joy.

Appreciate! Be grateful!



Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

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– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

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– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”


– “Silent Peace Walk”








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