“Most of our thoughts about “what we shall eat and drink and wear” are related to tomorrow. We scrimp and save and provide for the “rainy day.” We develop a kind of neurosis based on subtle fears for the future. We save our best linen for special occasions. Certain items of clothes are “too good to wear every day.” Often they deteriorate before we ever put them to use. Today, insurance is a protection against the unknown of the future. Many people carry so much insurance against future discomforts that they may go hungry today in order to pay their premiums. They make themselves unhappy now, in trying to keep from being unhappy in the future.
When you know your divinity, you know it is not for just a day but for always. You enter a higher dimension in thought, and you come to live “with the license of a higher order of beings.” There is no concern for tomorrow, for tomorrow only exists when it becomes today. And when it becomes today, it brings its own challenges and its own blessings.”
Eric Butterworth, in “Discover the Power Within You”
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