The present, the Now, is of greater meaning than tomorrow.
In the Now all time is present, and to understand the Now is to be free from time.
Time and sorrow is continued in becoming something. There is no being in becoming something. To be is always now, and to be is the highest form of transformation.
Becoming is nothing else than modified continuation of the past, it is the eternal recurrence of the old, and this recurrence is the absent.
A radical transformation only takes place in the present, in that to be in the Now. But there is no being if there is a struggle for becoming something. The struggle for becoming something, the will to power, is the absent, and herein there is resistance and denial, desire and resignation.