The Present Moment

“Do not consider present time as clock time, but rather as a timeless moment when all are mutually engaged in experiencing an experience, the outcome of which is yet unknown. You’re right there. You’re connected, and you don’t know what’s going to happen, and that’s where the excitement is, and that’s where the spontaneity is, and that’s where the vitality is, and that’s where the joy is, and that’s where happiness is, and that’s the everlasting, never-ending spiral.”

Viola Spolin:  Author and Teacher; Improvisation for the Theater

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