Live without re­gret: to­mor­row may never come

Geraldton Guardian - - OPINION - Peter Sweeney

“See you to­mor­row,” a woman said to her work­mate as they turned in dif­fer­ent di­rec­tions af­ter lock­ing the doors of a bank in Ger­ald­ton’s CBD.

“See you to­mor­row” is a com­mon farewell as folk go their sep­a­rate ways fol­low­ing work.

The two prob­a­bly did see each other the next day, but not all peo­ple do.

As they say, “to­mor­row” never comes. Sadly, for many, it doesn’t. Have you ever won­dered how of­ten peo­ple don’t see each other again, death com­ing be­tween them.

It’s why when we say good­bye to some­body, we should leave on good terms with no ill feel­ings or un­fin­ished busi­ness. Peo­ple are of­ten rid­dled with re­gret when some­thing un­ex­pected and un­wanted hap­pens.

Don’t take to­mor­row for granted.

Some­times it doesn’t come.

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