It is generally known and agreed that our present moments are the result of our past thoughts and feelings. What we have sown, now we are reaping, or something like that. Rather than getting upset about the past and what I may consider to have been mistakes, failures, wrong turns, etc., AMAG always suggests that I use my time more efficiently. They tell me to stop digging into my past like a curious archaeologist and start taking a closer look at what's happening in my life right here, right now. They remind me to count my blessings. The blessing at the top of the list today is the anniversary of a very important event: the birth of my son. He is also my very best friend and confidant. We have been friends in other lives for sure. Good friends can rely on one another to always tell the truth, reminding each other that only love is real. Everything else that we can see and touch is an illusion, as AMAG so often says: "What you call reality is an illusion, a very believable one. You create life times to play within by creating believable illusions. You want to believe the stories that you're telling yourself and others because it makes the games you play together more enjoyable."