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I know. 

We all are trying to better ourselves in life and secure our futures. 

I'm with you. 

I definitely believe in planning and building your future, but we must not neglect enjoying the moment we're in. 

The greatest teacher we've had said " do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own."

Tomorrow can wait

If your mind is always jumping ahead to what might be next, you miss the opportunity to fully live what is now. Be patient, be thankful, and let life come at its own pace. I too struggle with this, but with practice I get a little better each day and so will you.  

Tomorrow can wait while you make TODAY great.

Live each moment with deliberate, peaceful purpose. In your eagerness to get ahead don't leave the opportunity of this moment behind.  You're never too busy to take a deep breath and enjoy the moment you're already in. None of us know how many moments we have. Live the here and now, and make it yours. 

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