Try Again Tomorrow

Recently I heard someone suggest when feeling down because of a mistake or wrong step, to think about tomorrow and just try not to make that mistake again.  She said the mistake was over and done, it couldn’t be undone, which is true.  It is tomorrow you have to live for, not yesterday.  The past can’t be undone, really it is best to live for the here and now, hoping for the future.  I was surprised by who this advice came from, but I have found myself thinking it might not be all that bad of a mantra.  So, I take this advice and hope to put it to some good practice from now on myself, to embrace what is coming and not what was . . .


Posted on 09/17/2012, in Deep Thoughts, Life Bits and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thanks Krissy. I needed that today.

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