How fragile life, how certain death. We do not know when we will be required to leave this mortal existence. And so I ask, “What are we doing with today?” If we live only for tomorrow, we’ll have a lot of empty yesterdays today. Have we been guilty of declaring, “I’ve been thinking about making some course corrections in my life. I plan to take the first step—tomorrow”? With such thinking, tomorrow is forever. Such tomorrows rarely come unless we do something about them today.
President Thomas S. Monson, "Now Is The Time", General Conference, October 2001
I've been thinking a lot about how fragile this life is. I think I take it for granted each day that I'm been given. I guess I assume I will have a tomorrow. I do that too often.
My problem may be that I focus too much on tomorrow and not so much on right now.
Never a better time to focus on the now. If I want to make changes in my life, now is the time to make those, not wait for tomorrow, or Monday, or the 1st.