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Life is the art of drawing sufficient conclusions from insufficient premises.
-- Samuel Butler
 

 

Friday, November 14, 2003

One day

One day, you’ve always told yourself, you’ll start to truly live. One day, you’ll decide, once and for all, to follow the very best of your possibilities with everything you have.

One day, you’ll stop making excuses and start making it happen. One day, you’ll begin to see each moment for the precious gift that it is.

One day, you’ll stop worrying about what other people would think. One day, you’ll make full and positive use of the incredible strength, creativity, and persistence that have long been there, ready for you to use.

One day, you’ll focus your thoughts, feelings and actions toward your highest vision of what life can be. One day, you’ll keep on going until you’ve reached that vision and even surpassed it.

One day, you’ll decide to live each moment with meaning, with purpose, without regard to the petty concerns that once held you back. One day, you’ll commit all you have to being the best that you can be.

Today is one day. Make of it the very most.

— Ralph Marston

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