Let's stop looking for what isn't there; let's begin with what we have and more will be given. Jean-Paul Sartre, in Being and Nothingness, describes the condition of a man who is rushing through a crowded restaurant looking for someone who isn't there. Sartre says that, for this man, the restaurant is full of nothingness. We have all had the experience at an airport of watching passengers arrive who aren't the one passenger we are waiting for. Sometimes in our life, we are so preoccupied with looking for who or what isn't there or what hasn't yet happened, that we miss all that is happening, all that is there for us. Let's remember to connect with what is here for us right now.