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Categories: Blog , Your 50 Favorite Proverbs. Fifteen harmless words. A simple note of caution, reminding people not to boast about tomorrow. Seriously, who does such a thing? Proverbs We spend endless hours organizing our calendar in color-coded glory, instead of taking care of what needs doing right now. We blithely tell people about our plans for next week, next month, next year, confident all will come to pass precisely as planned.
It's not fair to form an opinion about a person or a thing based only on appearances. If you are able to do something now, then do it now; don't wait until tomorrow to do it. Don't limit yourself by saying that you will never do something. Be open to all possibilities, even those that might not be favorable. Don't say bad things about a person who has died, especially someone who has died recently. Everyone needs help from other people; you can't achieve success without the contributions made by others.
Never put off to tomorrow what you can do today. Tomorrow is often the busiest day of the week. Nobody is too young to die tomorrow. Say what you have to say, tomorrow. The lazier a man is, the more he plans to do tomorrow.