Haven’t we always talked about the things we want to do? From the wildest ambitions to the next day’s schedule. Yet, it is in the human nature to proscrastinate. When there is no authoritative voice to compell us to carry out our plans, we leave them aside; we leave them for the dust to fall on, for the shadows to creep over.
We leave them for tomorrow.
Remember that tricky riddle: What is it that is always coming but then never seems to arrive?
Tomorrow is for dreamers, but also for the procrastinators in us. You may not be able to build instant skyscrapers, but keep in mind the hug you’ve set aside for a child, a photograph you’ve wanted to take of you grandmother and the time you’ve never had to do all these.