So often we start our day frustrated, demoralized, tired and weary, and things only get worse as the day progresses. Many times this is caused by the fact that when we show up for work or begin the morning we are still carrying the weight of what happened yesterday or the day before, plus we’ve already piled on the burden of what needs to be done tomorrow or the next day. That’s why there is so little room left for what each new day brings. There is nothing wrong about learning from the past, but what is done, is done! Stop trying to fix what can’t be repaired. And there is no reason not to plan for the future, but not to the point of building bridges for rivers you may never have to cross. Jesus said, handle the opportunities and options for today, and you will often see that those lessons of the past and dreams of the future will fall into place. – Dr Robert R Seyda

About drbob76

Retired missionary, pastor, seminary professor, Board Certified Chaplain and American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Director.
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