Tomorrow is Today

There can be no turning back. If it were possible, I would’ve already found a way. Yesterday has gone and tomorrow is always today. This is one of the many terrible realizations that come after losing your child. Every day I wake only to face the same heartbreak again. I can’t run or hide from my loss. It always comes to find me. I watch the time fly and pass me by as I stay standing still.

Will tomorrow always be today?

 

I’ve been livin’ for the moment

But I just can’t have my way

And I’m afraid to go to sleep

Cause tomorrow is today

People tell me life is sweeter

But I don’t hear what they say

Nothing comes to change my life

So tomorrow is today

I don’t care to know the hour

Cause it’s passing anyway

I don’t have to see tomorrow

Cause I saw it yesterday

So I listen for an answer

But the feeling seems to stay

And what’s the use of always dreaming

If tomorrow is today

Still I’m waiting for the morning

But it feels so far away

And you don’t need the love I’m giving

So tomorrow is today

 

Lyrics to:  Tomorrow is Today 

Writen by:  Billy Joel

 

It’s so easy to get lost and lose all hope and faith. I struggle with it daily.

See, I’ve lost my purpose as well as my identity. I don’t even recognize the woman I see in the mirror anymore. Laura has gone and I don’t know who this other woman even is, she is a complete stranger to me. She has aged far beyond her years.

Still, I hope to find a life I can settle into and enjoy again. I hope to find a piece of the woman I once was because I used to be pretty great.

I have to believe that God still has a plan for my life and a purpose for all this pain.

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

 

Jeremiah 29:11

I leave you with hope and faith that God will reveal his plan and purpose for all who have lost their way in life and make tomorrow a brand new day. I leave you with hope that we find a little peace and enjoyment in this new life.

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