“We enjoyed the day, because there might not be a tomorrow in baseball.”
You are right Cindy Chaney, and that is true for more than Big League utility players and their wives. It is true for everybody and each business and it is more than a cliche’. Today is what we have to experience. Planning and preparation is wise, but worrying about tomorrow or carrying the anxiety for things that are not here and might never happen become a distraction from what we can be working on that actually will make a difference tomorrow.
During a difficult economy which produces much uncertainty regarding our resources and ability to produce, the advice to receive what God gives us today is what every man needs to listen to.
“Give us today our daily bread.” Matthew 6:11 Read more of Jesus words in Matthew 6: 25-34. Do not worry!