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“…learn from me for I am gentle and humble of heart…” (Matthew 11:29)

Have you ever committed a big blunder and were forgiven so graciously for it?

We love to dream.

For that new car.
For that career breakthrough.
For that prosperous business.
For that ideal partner.

But in our desire to get our “tomorrow”, we might forget to live for “today”.

Don’t get me wrong. It’s a great thing to have a good vision of yourself for the future but never at the expense of appreciating and enjoying the good in the present.

You can’t live tomorrow, today. Live today for today. Appreciate the here and now.

Work for that nice house but thank God that you have an apartment to stay in.
Anticipate that promotion but until then, give your best in the task that you have.
Expect that God will give you the best partner in life, but while your single, live your life to the full.

The Bible says:

“So do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will care for itself.” (Matthew 6:34)

Live for now. For while blessings await your tomorrow, today is a blessing in itself.

[Originally posted in BobbyQuitain.Com.
by Bobby Quitain]

Bobby-QuitainAbout Bobby Quitain
Bobby Quitain is a lawyer, an author, an inspirational speaker and a Catholic lay evangelist. Presently, he serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Lampstand Inspirations, Co. (a service provider of Retreats, Recollections, Youth Camps and Motivational Seminars). He is also the Evangelization Head of Ligaya ng Panginoon Community and the Regional Director of Lingkod ng Panginoon. You can visit his websites here: Lampstand Inspirations and BobbyQuitain.Com.

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