Carpe Diem!



Tomorrow is the same as Yesterday,
Save for the ‘How’ in which we live Today,
Each minute of the Now,
Our choices do allow,
Although the unpredictable holds sway!

© Meanderings 2016

25 responses to “Carpe Diem!

  1. The gift of being able to just live in the moments! Love this ♥.

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  2. The similarities between Tomorrow and Yesterday are somewhat stressful to most of us. We can’t go back and change yesterday and we can’t prevent tomorrow. Leaves us in a quandary, doesn’t it?

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  3. Love this, and yes the key to all good living is to enjoy and cherish each and every moment. Janet. xxx


  4. Yes, we need to do all we can about tomorrow then live in the present. xxx

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  5. AS they say, today is yesterday tomorrow. We should enjoy every moment in case we waste one.

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  6. The moon and sun are travelers through eternity. Even the years wander on. Whether drifting through life on a boat or climbing toward old age leading a horse, each day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.
    – Basho

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  7. It is funny on how so many lose time fretting about tomorrow or yesterday. The only thing they have control of is today. That is where they ned to concentrate. For today is the prologue of tomorrow. This was so nicely done. Your ability to write profound subjects with few words never ceases to amaze me.

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  8. Much food for virginal thought, Bushka.

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  9. each new day is a gift and a promise

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  10. seize the day…such a comforting thought…sobering responsibility if one happens to be a fatalist.

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