I say Start today with Fragments of Yesterday.

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There is something to be said about starting a new day. You know how you sometimes spend hours planning in the dead of night what you will take on into the new day of tasks not completed in the day passed. I say start today with fragments of yesterday. They keep you glued together and slip into cracks you cannot otherwise fill. All is well and good, but if you do not need to take yesterday, don’t. Baggage is baggage on any given day. Baggage will get in your way. It will slow you down and cause you to drown in the past, which actually is unknown in the future. Tomorrow is the future. You can’t live in it until it comes, so do not dwell too long getting there. Perhaps pack a few fragments on which to build, or not. Just bringing it to mind.

You say how can you live in the future? You can’t, but you can clean up as much of today as possible and let the new dawn begin as much anew as possible. Think new day, new opportunities, fresh start filled with theĀ freedom, plus the power to choose new possible strengths, advantages, and new prospects to heal yourself of past hurts and regrets.

I am the kind of person who takes bits and pieces of other days along with me in case I need to mend together the new day. Adding some of yesterday seems to add strength. So, perhaps, do not be too strict with yourself and carry just a pocket full of the past to sprinkle and share in the future. Power is knowledge, so keep your facts, data, and wisdom near by.

I write to help myself.

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Reene
    Nov 16, 2016 @ 08:54:10

    Yes, add together yesterday and today
    The best ideas happen in half sleep

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  2. Sheila Clapkin
    Nov 17, 2016 @ 15:13:24

    Dear Reene,
    Best ideas do happen in half sleep, so I have a pen and paper near by, but still don’t write it down. So many things go by the wayside because we fall asleep in the middle of our ideas.
    Love,
    Sheila

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  3. Sheryl
    Nov 20, 2016 @ 20:46:04

    It’s interesting to think about yesterday, today, and tomorrow interact with each other. I especially liked the line about the importance of cleaning up as much of today as possible so that the new dawn can begin as much anew as possible.

    Reply

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