Sometimes we spend too much time on tomorrow; we dream and work for the life we want to have and we worry and weep about ending up with the life we don’t want to have. I’m not going to say it’s a waste, but how often do we stop to look at today? Without today, we wouldn’t ever be able to appreciate our progress, ever reap the benefits of what we sow, or ever assess what works and what doesn’t. Today is the moment we feel, we start, we learn. Our tomorrows are built up of a number of todays. Once we master today, then we can take on tomorrow.