And I do admit that it's tempting to say that it's better to delay it until tomorrow. However, tomorrow is only a few hours away. Today is yesterday's version of tomorrow. And yesterday was some other version of tomorrow. And when you say you'll put it off tomorrow, you fail to realize that tomorrow is actually a lot closer than you think. And you will be forced to do the task eventually. And it's far better to do the task right now. Because the sooner the task is done, the less it's lack of completion will haunt you. And the sooner the task is done, the sooner you can relax without a backlog of incomplete tasks haunting your every second. Instead of saying, "I'll put it off until tomorrow," it's far better to say, "I'll do it right now." I'm just saying, it's what I would do at least.
And as I'm lost in thought in the Autumn, here are some photos of the following individuals.
If I were running in a race and I'm losing the race that I'm competing in, what do I do? Well, it depends on how realistic it is for me to ever win the race at all. If there's still a chance that I could win the race, then all I need to do is to hang in there. If there's no chance that I could ever win the race, then walk as slowly as possible to enjoy the scenery. Enjoy the status of being in last place with enthusiasm and gusto. Perhaps you'll enter a different race sometime later down the road. And perhaps the different sort of race is the type of race that you'll have a better chance of winning. Just be patient and walk slowly to conserve energy and strength. Take a look around the beautiful scenery and enjoy the majestic environment that you're in. Sometimes there's a sort of pleasure and happiness with the act of walking as slowly as you could possibly manage.
And as I'm lost in thought near the end of Summer, here are some photos of the following individuals.