Because I care about family.
That is my answer but hubpages said that it was too short to post.
because love is all around
(filler so the answer will make it through the filters)
Because of my life purpose.
This serves as my reason why I need to wake up for tomorrow. I still have several dreams to fulfill and a lot of people to help within my existence on earth.
I want to write something.
Again, not enough words to post haha
There is no guarantee that I will.
God sustains our lives, but He giveth and taketh away according to His plan, and there is nothing we mortals can do about it. Sure, I have a family and have some goals, but I am not foolish enough to think that I rise under my own power or that I have the ultimate say on what happens in my life or how many days I will live.
(I'm sorry, I thought you wanted 5 lines, not 5 words). :0)
The alarm clock beckons me
... Because I do say dear hubpages, your foolish request for more than 5 words shall fall on deaf ears. Tis' your folly not to see the beauty of simplicity.
I have already answered why I shall wake up tomorrow in five words
I can tell you how to get to Constantinople in four words (Head east, Ask directions)
I can teach you how to Dougie in three (Don't do it)
I can answer the meaning of life in two (Forty Two)
And I can end a message board post in one (Bye)
My 5 word answer to this question is:
Because it is God's choice.
My bloated bladder is full.
The truck backed up beeping.
The dog licks my face.
I'm having a bad dream.
Looking forward to the day.
Have to go to work.
No, asp bit my ass.
No, had a cerebral aneurysm.
No, I'm in a coma.
Yes, alive but can't talk
Maybe I'm dreaming I'm awake.
Talk about annoying - and absolutely unnecessary!
Okay, now to offer my actual response to your inquiry:
I fell asleep last night.
faith and love........................................nuff said
"...because I slept last night."
Why would you need only 5 words? Hubpages rejects very short answers...
If I had to put it into only five words, which this site does not allow, mine would be
Life is still worth living.
To take out the garbage.
(They get here before 6 am)
You didn't ask what motivates me to get up. Perhaps I am motivated to take out the garbage so it won't smell up the house for the next 3 days......
Because my family needs me
this is why i will wake up tomorrow.
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