“Procrastination – the art of keeping up with yesterday.”
Today I try to do all that I have set myself to do in a given day. I make a
list of things that I need to do and a list of those things that I want to do –
the things I “need” to do usually take priority.
This was not always the case. As a drinking alcoholic my life was
littered with promises that were never kept, intentions that were never
honored, appointments and meetings that did not happen. I pushed
everything into tomorrow – and tomorrow never came.
My understanding of spirituality involves a responsibility for those things
that I need to do. When I awake, I thank God for my sleep and I make a
silent intention not to drink today; then I face my responsibilities. I
separate my “needs” from my “wants” and I remember that I have a
responsibility to other people: family, friends and colleagues. Today I am
learning to live in my day.
Lord, may I do the things I should do and may I find time for those
things I want to do.
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