Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.
Matthew 6:34 NIV
*If you are anything like me, you look forward to your next off day or perhaps even a day when a special occasion is due to occur. You may make plans even that surround those times in order to push you forward, and even get you through your current day. There is nothing wrong with planning ahead, but how many times do we stop to dissect the current day? Do we enough take enough time to uncover what God wants us to avoid, indulge in, or just simply learn from today? After all, we were blessed to see it... Maybe we are so busy pushing through, that we don't stop to review. If God says there are many evils in one day, that may indicate that we need to be prepared and focus on how to get through those and be used to help others get through. Perhaps it's not just the focus on your life, but how can your life save others. There is more to life than world work, and if we focus, we can see today the way God wants us to vs pushing through to get to another one when we didn't learn anything in the current day.