Carpe punctum means ”capture the moment”.
To be present in the moment requires courage because presence gives closeness, both to yourself and to others.
Moments could be a smile, that special eye contact, the moment your child gives that first step. The list could go on and on.
The less we experience rushing to our day looking to get more done, the less moments remain.
You can seize a day called CARPE DIEM but when you practice CARPE PUNCTUM, you release control and all the paths of life open to you.
Not only that gate that you have so strongly strived for, but also all these other gates with new destinies, opportunities, and possibilities that enrich your life, which you otherwise easy miss.
Presence in the moment can change your life forever because you take away past and future problems as anxiety, confusion, disappointment, fear. There is only space for here and now with clarity, simplicity, and harmony to create with flow and the elements that we observe around us. We trust to listen inwardly and follow our inner voice.
Try out being present in the moment and discover the benefits for yourself. You will be amazed!
Remember that the quality of your life is the result of the quality you are living your moments.