Raam, thank-you for the wonderful post. The manner in which you present the principles is balanced very well. I find #2 to be the most challenging. My focus seems to drift toward some promise of the future, somewhat akin to the “grass-is-greener” syndrome, rather than engaging in the present. I catch myself thinking that if do something better, differently, or more productively, then things will be better in the future, but those futures just end up being like the many “todays” that are filled with yearning and anxiety. I’ll try to relax and make today a good day with the expectation that tomorrow will also be a good day.