Today is Tomorrow's Yesterday shows you how to look at your world differently, and in doing so, actually change the reality of your world. This book is for anyone who seeks a future filled with happiness, laughter, success, and a sense of contentment. It reminds you that tomorrow may not always be there, which makes today a miracle, a once in a lifetime event. Today you have the ability to write tomorrows history; to live a day where tomorrow you will look back and smile and be joyous in the fact that you did live this day, that you were given this gift and made the most of it. It contains 50 life lessons we all need to learn or at least remember again.
For those struggling with cancer or another life threatening circumstance, there is an entire section near the end of the book dedicated to help you jumpstart your way to recovery. It is practical, to the point, and comes from someone with life experience.
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From the Author:
Most of us live each day the same as the last because we are certain there will always be a tomorrow. There has to be, we have plans and things that still need to be accomplished. It wasn't until I was told my tomorrows could be limited that life and all that is truly important came into focus.
After contracting cancer at a relatively young age, my world was turned upside down and I finally realized that tomorrow will not always be there and that today is a once in a lifetime event, a miracle.
I soon learned that how we perceive our world actually changes our world. I relearned the art of appreciation, that being kind is a choice, and doing something good for another is an opportunity, not a sacrifice. I learned that bills are nothing more than numbers on a piece of paper, but love; love is real and something we often take for granted. That too many times we let our priorities get turned around and forget what is truly important in life. As you will see in my book, I learned this and much, much more.