Monday, November 5, 2007


Tomorrow is the day after today.

How often do we spend
today on tomorrow?
Anticipating, planning, waiting . . .

We wake up tomorrow
and it is a new day,
but no longer tomorrow, only today.

We spend the new today
as we spent the old yesterday,
anticipating, planning, waiting . . .

Suppose there was no tomorrow,
which there (really) isn't
because it hasn't happened yet.

What would it be like living today . . . for today?
Not anticipating, not planning, not waiting.


Daniel A. Bain, Ph.D. said...

I especially liked this one. Very good. D. Bain

S. Koenig said...

How true! How true! Makes one focus on TODAY and truly enjoy.
S. Koenig


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