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live for the moment

Definition of live for the moment in English:

Live or act without worrying about the future.
Example sentences
  • In other words, it made some people live for the future and others live for the moment.
  • They are the carefree ones - the dare-devils who live for the moment and leave the future to look after itself.
  • I'm just living for the moment, not daring to think about what the future holds.
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