What’s the main thing?
The old Yiddish proverb translates as “Man plans, God laughs.” Equally old is the statement by the Roman emperor, Marcus Aurelius, “Live not one’s life as though one had a thousand years, but live each day as the last.” So, should we live life completely in the moment with no thought for the future? After all, God does say, So don’t worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today’s trouble is enough for today. (Matthew 6:34)
I have a friend who is a great guy who loves his family. But he’s constantly working at his job. He has a flexible starting time, but he almost always works late into the evening. He rarely sees any of his family, except on weekends. And on many of those, he wants to be able to relax or concentrate on his special hobby. He is so concerned with the day-to-day need…
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