Yea, it’s definetly true that we do most things in life with “tomorrow” in mind. And it’d be foolish not to. But it’s just interesting to think about how our priorities are formed.
Sometimes, when I’m sitting in on an evening wasting my damn time watching mindless TV, I feel like anything would be better. Going for a walk, going out and trying to find the love of my life, anything.
But I suppose life would be a good deal of work if every moment was filled with “something” rather than filler.
You know, the whole “live like there’s no tomorrow” line is such bullshit.
Most people live everyday in preparation for “tomorrow”.
-Kicking back at home
Those are all activities that prepare us for the future, that in some way at least, take away from today.
I think that the only peole who [i]truly[i] live like there’s no tomorrow are bums and real punk-rockers.[/quote]