Today is a lesson. A lesson in preparing for the unknown.
I have no idea how the marathon is going to unfold. So I’m just going to plan as best I can. It was once said that distance running is the amount to “life in a day”. In which we experience all the struggles that life can bring us in a finite amount of time.
I think it’s true here. I don’t know how tomorrow is going to unfold. So why worry? And, in truth, can’t that be said about everyday? And if that can be said about everyday regardless of routine, then why stick to a routine for safety’s sake?
Our job is to control what is possible, and accept what is not. The difficult task is discerning between the two.