Freeze the Moment
Freeze the time, freeze the action, but never forget, never lose track.
I wonder why photography and life is so parallel. Is it because photography captures moments..? I don' know..
You do realize that you have to be quick and sharp to freeze the action, do you? You need a bright environment, good sight, and a fast blink to stop the motion.
It is the easy part - to blink... The hardest part is to let it go. Why do you want to freeze an action anyways? Have you thought about it? To log your memories? Why? Whatever has happened, it happened and it is done for long ago.
Memories are important. They are - at the end - what makes us who we are. Yet, being obsessed with the memories of the past will only nail you down. You will cry out for loud for so long - unable to focus and unable do anything - that at some point of time you won't remember why actually you were crying.
Don't blur your vision; because this life is prone to provide new hopes and new stories every day. Never stuck in moment, move on and never miss the next moment. Seize your past and live your future. And don't forget the best photographes that you have captured are those that you haven't captured yet...