You've probably heard the phrase 'the power of now', a self-help phrase that tells people they need to live in the present. But Glenn's guest on the radio show today, Rabbi Irwin Kula, said people need to stop thinking about "now" and focus on the important word in the English language: "No".
"We have impulses, we have desires, and they flow up very quickly, our anger, our lust, our greed, our - I want that. I want to eat that piece of pizza. Those wants and desires flow up, those impulses flow up, and the key to being a healthy, moral, flourishing, happy person is actually being able to say the very simple word 'no'," Kula explained.
Watch the discussion below: