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There’s no point worrying about the future or dwelling on the past, because life is lived in a day.

The next twenty-four hours are the only ones that really matter.

You can plan all you like, set yourself goals, have ambitions or the rest of it, but the reality is, what you do today is what makes the difference.

Life happens today.

And then it unfolds, one day at a time.

Nature’s own unit of measure

Life is grand, but there’s no point dwelling on delusions of grandeur.

If there are things that you want to do;

Things you’d like to accomplish,

Then what you do today matters

Don’t underestimate the power of day, that’s where the magic happens 

There’s no point trying to get your life in order, if you can’t first get your day in order.


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