Monday, August 24, 2009

100 Words on Tomorrow

The Eagle Nebula (M16): Peering Into the Pilla...Image by Smithsonian Institution via Flickr

"Live for today, don't worry about tomorrow," the wise men say, "For tomorrow may never come."

Tomorrow may never come? The universe disagrees. The universe, infinite and expanding, full of stars and planets, has existed for 15 billion years. The universe has seen a never-ending procession of tomorrows.

As the universe moves forward, tomorrow is always on the horizon, a constant beacon on this journey through time. Tomorrow inspires infinite possibilities and gives birth to so many hopes and dreams! Isn’t part of living life in the present about planting seeds that, one day, will sprout, grow and bloom tomorrow?

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