We look ahead to days when we
look back to days of a dying sea
to say, “The course was changed by we
who sacrificed for harmony.”
“The Future” is such a driving force in society – a better tomorrow, a brighter dawn! But if you’re constantly looking ahead at the days to come, dreaming of more money or safer schools or equal treatment, you will miss out on today, and today is a funny kind of thing: it’s where tomorrow begins, and unless your tomorrow maintains a more permanent interpretation of “walking into the light,” then today is by far more important. Food for thought.