Health is the greatest gift,
contentment the greatest wealth,
faithfulness the best relationship.
There is no right or wrong time or place to meditate. Establishing a quiet corner for meditation and the practice of meditating at a similar time each day can be helpful for many beginners on the path. The questions of when, where, and how often will be answered through experience and experimentation. The answers will be different for every person traveling on the path. Meditation deepens through practice and dedication.
Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.
The Buddha taught that meditation is “a path of happiness that leads to the highest happiness.” There is no end to the meditative process: it is a lifelong practice that can be undertaken by anyone, regardless of age and spiritual beliefs, and there is no right or wrong time to start on your meditative path.