My will glory in preservation.
My mind will take heed of any good suggestions
That are wise, thoughtful, honest, and sensible.
My sufferings will be granted compensations,
A reward, which will be priceless and noble.
My hopes are high, my yearnings are strong
while I breathe in my earthly life,
Paved with many a trajectory,
sailed on many an uncharted ocean. Dum Spiro Spera.
A new day of another week has almost come to an end. Everyone of us should pat on your shoulder for what you have done however satisfied you are with. And if you feel that things are not going well as you expect them to, just grin and bear the result, for it is wise to learn from yesterday, live for today, and look to tomorrow. We humans have free will to make the decision of what’s best for us. Simple, right? Yes, simplicity is indeed the ultimate sophistication as Leonardo Da Vinci has asserted. This colloquial axiom is certified by the Gospel as quoted below:
Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.