Live your life in 'the' present: Quote Challenge 1

Live your life in ‘the’ present. What you have done the few seconds ago is impossible for you to change it. And don’t think about your future that what would happen. Instead think about what you are doing at this very moment. Whatever you are doing now is going to decide how your future will be. Indirectly you are the navvy of your future. Just keep doing good deeds and don’t think about the result. Your ‘good deeds’ will ensure your success. 
-Subham Srivastava
I always wanted someone to ask me to do this. And finally last day I was tagged in Namrata Di's blog post about this quote competition. Thank you, Namrata di. She is the admin of the blog A Lexical Tapestry

This quote is totally my mantra to lead my life blemish free and flawlessly. I personally adhere it and ask every of my friend that they must live their respective lives with loyalty. Even I ask you and personally recommend you to all to be loyal to yourself. Just live your present and don't think about your past deeds because it is impossible for you or for anyone to change it. Live your present in such a way that your future welcomes you with a fresh and positive vibe. Your good present deeds will clinch your future. You are the direct or indirect instigator of your future.

So, now coming to the rules of the competition which are as followed:
  • Post one of your favourite quotes (different quote on each day) on three days. The quote can be from your favorite book, author, or your own.
  • Nominate three bloggers to compete this challenge.
  • And you should thank the blogger who nominated you.

Post one of your favourite quotes (different quote on each day) on three days. The quote can be from your favorite book, author, or your own. - See more at http://www.namratakumari.com/2015/06/it-matters-what-you-choose-to-be-harry.html#sthash.Vd84C0EW.dpuf
Post one of your favourite quotes (different quote on each day) on three days. The quote can be from your favorite book, author, or your own. - See more at http://www.namratakumari.com/2015/06/it-matters-what-you-choose-to-be-harry.html#sthash.Vd84C0EW.dpuf
And here are the nominees for three of my friends whom I'm nominating to participating in this competition:
  1. Rohan Chaubey
  2. Saurabh Tiwari
  3. Mohit Chabria

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