Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only empties today of its strength.
This quote, by Charles Spurgeon, is a great reminder that the time we spend worrying about tomorrow doesn’t really do anything to make tomorrow any better. Instead, it robs us of our strength and enjoyment of today. It robs us of our joy, passion, and motivation; making us more prone to fatigue, procrastination, and even depression. So, instead of ruining today by worrying about tomorrow, seek to find hope. But more importantly, seek to find faith, in which hope can be firmly grounded.
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