Often, I have seen people worry about the loads of things to do for tomorrow. Some get so stressed up that they just wish tomorrow will not come so quickly. They would find themselves living in fear. Fear of the unknown.
On the other hand, I have also noticed people complaining that they should have done certain things in the past. They would often say “if I knew that things would turn out in this way, I would have done it better” or “I should have knew it, I would not have done it”. These people are living in guilt. Deep inside their heart, they feel guilty because they thought they could have done better.
So the best way to live our life is to treasure every moment of it. We should feel grateful and rejoice for the each day as long as we live. We should “seize the day” just as Professor John Keating (played by Robin Williams) inspires his students in the movie Dead Poets Society.
We should never let these 2 days – tomorrw and yesterday, to trouble us again. Instead, we should concentrate all our effort and energy to make each passing day as the best day in our life. In fact, all of us should resolve to make each passing day as their best day – giving oneself wholeheartedly in his family, his work and interest. The joy and purpose of each day will give whole new meaning to our life.
If everyone of us would give their best shot for each day, no longer living in fear of tomorrow or guilt about their past, I truely believe this world will be a better and happier place to live in.