Think of tomorrow,
Like another chance.
Think of tomorrow,
Like a second opportunity.
Imagine the next day,
As a new door;
There for you.
Appreciate each day.
Soak in new knowledge,
And use it to your advantage.
Everyday brings opportunity,
use it wisely, embrace it,
And you shan't look back.
Catch every hour, every minute, every second.
If you can't complete one thing,
Take a deep breathe,
And try again.
Admit your mistakes,
Improve them immediately.
Eave through life,
Overcome your obstacles;
Don't dodge the.
Make each day meaningful,
And remember one thing:
Effort creates ability.
Live your days,
Love your loved ones,
And fulfill your goals,
Like there is no tomorrow.
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