Make Today Your World

June 2, 2022 pwm1

Seize the day, and put the least possible trust in tomorrow.

—Horace, Roman poet during the time of Augustus, 1st century BC (Image licensed by Penn Wealth)
Statue of Horace, Roman lyric poet, in his hometown of Venosa, Italy

It is so easy to get caught up in the grand planning phase—that wonderful process of deciding precisely what we will accomplish and where we will go. As for the steps needed to move from here to there, we always have tomorrow, right? As time goes on, the less tolerance we have for this attitude; and the more stock we put in Horace’s 2,000-year-old words of wisdom. Seize the day!

—Mike Hazell

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