The longer you can be without defining a situation, a person, a thought, an outcome, the more you can enjoy the moment.
When you define you draw boundaries. You set differences between what is good and what is bad. You start aiming for something different while at the same time clinging to the desire that the definition will always be valid. You build, for yourself and others, a world that is much smaller than its potential.
Defining is natural, it’s an attempt to take control of the unknown.
And the longer you can be without it, the more chances you will have.