A Quote by Tsunetomo Yamamoto on bushido, zen, life, present moment, and spiritual warrior
Everyone lets the present moment slip by, then looks for it as though he thought it was somewhere else. No one seems to have noticed this fact. But grasping this firmly, one must pile experience upon experience. And once one has come to this understanding he will be a different person from that point on, though he may not always bare it in mind. When one understands this settling into single-mindedness well, his affairs will thin out.
Source: The Hagakure
Contributed by: Laurens