The Philosophy Of “Tomorrow”

I am constantly stressed out. Every little thing makes me anxious and nervous as I start imagining all the things that could go wrong and all the things I need to do to make sure that those things do not end up going wrong. A philosophy called “Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow.” is supposed to be, good? Through this philosophy, you never handle a problem in real time. In fact, you don’t deal with a problem at all. Instead, you simply say it’s a problem for, you guessed it, “Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow.”

Shouldn’t you study for the big English test? “Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow.” Are you at all nervous about failing school? “Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow.” Do you think we should practice our drama for the presentation? “Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow.”

It’s a philosophy based exclusively on procrastination. You have keep things out of mind as long as possible so that you can enjoy each moment in life without the stress of what lays ahead. In doing so, you are supposed is able to watch television or play video games all night while the everyone studies and stresses over each exam. I for one, think that this idea of “Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow” sounds ideal but we don’t live in an ideal world.


6 thoughts on “The Philosophy Of “Tomorrow”

  1. I’m very guilty of procrastinating and doing things at the last minute (on my blog and in real life lmaoo) and it always gives me extra anxiety so idk why I keep being messy 😂😂
    It’s just that discipline that we need to have to say no. And that were doing this right now, even if it seems like doing it tomorrow is better. Hopefully my discipline gets better. Awesome post!

    Pearl ||

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