If you knew tomorrow wouldn’t come, what would you want to accomplish today?
Procrastination is a strange phenomenon. We think it will make our lives easier; we think it will make our lives more present when actually it just creates more stress. The truth is, you already know the right things to do and the benefits of doing the right things in life. So why don’t you do them?
The Bible warns us over and over about presuming upon tomorrow. I’m not guaranteed a tomorrow, and neither are you. Jesus said, “No procrastination. No backward looks. You can’t put God's kingdom off till tomorrow. Seize the day” (Luke 9:62 MSG).
If tomorrow wasn't coming I'd go back to bed and sleep in. Get up and have a hot shower, phone some family, send emails and then read a good book until tomorrow.
I'd try to get all my loved ones together, and with my 4 year old we'd cook up a storm (see pic of one of my legendary buffets). I'd tell each in turn why I valued them and I'd pray for a seamless transition into a beautiful afterlife. Towards the end I'd just spend the time quietly with my mother, husband and daughter reassuring and calming them - I'd also bleach the toilets.
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