Two eternities we should never worry about are yesterday and tomorrow;
or the dread of a tomorrow can drive us mad. 4
You are asked to do nothing. . .
other than . . . .

Have a good day and

a better one tomorrow! 2

This is true with every act.

You may say
that you
had to do something,
or that you were
forced to,
but actually,
whatever you do,
you do by
choice.

Only
you
have the power
to choose for yourself.
3
This is true with every act.

You may say
that you
had to do something,
or that you were
forced to,
but actually,
whatever you do,
you do by
choice.

Only
you
have the power
to choose for yourself.
3
Today. . .
I will delete from my diary two days:
yesterday and tomorrow. Yesterday was to
learn and
tomorrow will be the consequence  of what I can do today.
Today I will face life with the conviction that this day will not ever return.

Today is the last opportunity I have to live intensely, as no one can assure me
that I will see tomorrow's sunrise. Today I will be brave enough not to let any
opportunity pass me by,
my only alternative is to succeed.

Today I will invest my most valuable resource: my time, in the most
transcendental work:
my life

I will spend each minute passionately to make of today a different and unique day
in my life. Today
I will defy every obstacle that appears on my way trusting I will
succeed.

I will resist pessimism and will conquer the world with a smile, with the positive
attitude that. . . .
I will have my feet on the ground understanding reality and the
stars' gaze
to invent my future.

Today. . .
I will take the time to be happy and will leave my footprints and my presence,
in the
hearts of others.
I invite you to begin a new season where we can dream that
everything we undertake is possible and we fulfill it,
with joy and dignity.
Yesterday . . . Today . . . . Tomorrow

Today I can complain or I can be thankful the grass is getting watered for free.
Today I can grumble about my health;
or I can rejoice I am alive.
Today I can cry because roses have thorns; or I can celebrate that thorns have
roses.
Today I can whine because I have to go to work; or I can shout for joy
because I have a job to go to.

Today stretches ahead of me, waiting to be shaped.
I'm the sculptor who gets to
do the shaping. What today will be like is up to me. I get to choose what kind of
day I will have!
Have a Great Day . . . unless you have other plans. 1
-Tomorrow is Today 5
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Acknowledgements:
[1] Today  ~Author Unknown
[2] ~Unknown
[3]   ~W. Clement Stone
[4] ~Michael Paul Henson
[5] ~Sabrina Chaney

Contributed by Simonne Lerette
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MorningStar Inspirations from
Dawn Cove Abbey
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Roadside Assistance For Your Journey Through Life
- Dedicated to helping people return (and maintain) sanity and decency to life -
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From the eBook: "One! The Journey hOMe", by Klaas Tuinman MA, © 2007-2020

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