Dreaming of Tomorrow

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.” – Albert Einstein
Tomorrow will ALWAYS have exciting possibilities if you let it, the thing is that no matter what you are doing today you could never predict what is going to happen tomorrow. All you can do is hope for the results that you want, but don’t get too attached to them because you will always be surprised by other people, or the universe.

Yesterday may have been a bit rubbish and let me tell you, the only way to change that for today is to learn from yesterdays mistakes and try not to make the same mistakes again and again and again – if you manage this then tomorrow could be the best day of your entire life just because you decided to go outside! Sometimes it can be really difficult to keep a positive attitude about what tomorrow can bring because the days leading up to it have been a real downer, but never give up hope or the will to learn because even if yesterday doesn’t bring what you want…there are thousands more tomorrows to look forward to.
With every new day comes a new lesson to learn, a lesson you will not get if you are too afraid to question what is happening to you, the people around you or in the world. Albert Einstein said “The important thing is not to stop questioning.” and that is so true, if we lose the will to analyse our lives, the world and other people then we have lost the will to continue hoping for a better tomorrow because we aren’t willing to learn from old mistakes and prevent them from becoming a reality again.
Why is this on my mind? I have spent so long obsessing over what happened yesterday and asking more questions than is needed that I have forgotten to hope for tomorrow. I have lost track of my dreams and forgotten to achieve anything new, in other words I haven’t been as determined recently because I am too busy trying to find lessons from old experiences, this has been bad because it has prevented me from furthering my quest to success. However, tomorrow is another day that will hopefully change all of this.
Tomorrow is a new day and it will be brilliant, or at least I can hope for brilliance and attempt to make it a reality.

Author: Jodie Paterson

I'm Jodie Paterson, a 24 year old Edinburgh based blogger! Born and raised in Aberdeen/Aberdeenshire, I quickly grew a passion for writing, photography and many other creative ventures due to the beautiful Scottish landscapes that surrounded me, and I'm now 5 years in to my blogging journey and still absolutely loving it!

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