A great word brought to my attention by Ryan Syme, elementary educator extraordinaire: Koviashuvik—an Inuit (Eskimo) word meaning "living in the present moment with quiet joy and happiness."
Translation is a rough trade, so who knows what exactly what it means. The point is that a culture has an actual word for that sentiment that takes in our language an entire sentence.
And what an important sentiment it is, no matter what language.
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