There are only two days of the year that nothing can be done.
One is called yesterday and the other is called tomorrow,
so today is the right day to love, believe, do and mostly live.
by Skip Cohen
I had absolutely nothing on my mind for today's Sunday Morning Reflections except to rant about gas prices and laugh as I thought back to the gas shortage in the 70s. The lines were so long at the pumps that a guy I worked with stopped to gas up one morning, and after waiting for twenty minutes in line, somebody came by and put a flag on his car - he was in line for a funeral procession, not the gas station down the street!
So, thinking about that, I went off in search of quotes about deja-vu and stumbled on the Dalai Lama quote above. It says it all and perfectly fits my wish for all of you today.
Don't waste time worrying about tomorrow morning, and there's nothing you can do about whatever mistakes you made yesterday. Instead, take the time to love and just live today. Go for those eleven-second hugs with the people you love the most, believe in yourself, and don't let anybody trample on your dreams.
Happy Sunday...or Monday if you're on the other side of the world, and thanks for hanging out with me this morning.
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