In the midst of the chaos and busyness of today, I trust that you are still able to find the time to plant seeds for tomorrow.
Read great books to keep your mind full of new, fresh ideas.
Build mutually beneficial relationships with others.
Spend time with your kids and family (not quality time, just time).
Invest in your health. Hopefully, you will live to be a ripe, old age, you will want to be mobile and spritely in the years ahead.
Put some money aside.
Mentor a young person.
Plan a holiday, a weekend away, a round of golf, a walk through a forest or something that gives you a chance to relax and breathe. You know that if you don’t plan it, it will never happen.
Meditate, pray and read the scriptures.
I know life is busy.
I know it’s not easy.
I know that it seems inconvenient sometimes.
Galatians 6:9, says, “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”
Plant seeds for tomorrow. Your future you will be very grateful that you did.