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  1. We are so constructed that we live mostly either in the past or in the future. We live on memories or make plans in advance. All this prevents us from living in the present. Although life is an eternal present, while the past and future do not exist. Here is such a paradox. Lennon simply repeated the banal truth: Carpe diem! Enjoy the moment! Live here and now. But, perhaps, only those sentenced to death or terminally ill people, or, probably, children, can live like this.

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