A day in the life of a teacher…

Living for tomorrow…

Everyday we try and make it through one more day. We need to give more attention to the mundane, the small, seemingly pointless moments. It is in all those times we dread, the morning we don’t want to wake up early, the work hours we wish would quickly pass, the dinner we want to cook itself, the house we need to clean…these are the learning, teachable life moments that we let slip by! If we constantly are in a state of hurry, before we know it, that day we wanted to be over so quickly will be, and the next day and the next day and the next day…and POOF, where did all the time go? It is all so pointless, and meaningless if we only live for tomorrow! Does the tomorrow we are wishing for, anticipating, dreaming of, hoping for ever truly come? It too will pass quickly and you will be hoping for the next tomorrow. Did we miss the joys of today? Did we pray today? Read our bible? Study our bible? Teach someone about Christ? Share the gospel? Or are we putting it off for tomorrow? Did we hug someone, love someone, be an example to someone? Or will we do that tomorrow? Did we kiss our children, tell them we love them, live for Christ in front of them, read our bible with them, pray with them, pray for them? Planning on doing that tomorrow too? Make each day count…you could lay your head on the pillow tonight planning for a tomorrow that will never come.


One comment on “Living for tomorrow…

  1. sage_brush
    March 5, 2013


    Psalm 90:11-13

    King James Version (KJV)

    11 Who knoweth the power of Thine anger? even according to Thy fear, so is Thy wrath.

    12 So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.

    13 Return, O Lord, how long? and let it repent Thee concerning Thy servants.

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