tomorrow tomorrow and tomorrow

Yes, I know it’s line from Macbeth and not an uplifting one either.  But I thought of these words this morning and saw promise  rather than hopelessness.  I know in the past I gave weight to words and sentiments and whole conversations that were, to use Shakespeare’s word, insignificant.  I wasted all sorts of time on things that didn’t matter when I could have, should have been celebrating what was right in front of me.  I should have listened more.  Really listened. Trusted more.  Let go faster.  This is what I will carry into tomorrow tomorrow and tomorrow with hope.  Not insignificant at all.  But it’s Friday… so no more thinking…

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