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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Start (01/16/06)

TITLE: Just Tomorrow I Will Start
By Anne Harrell
01/16/06


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Just Tomorrow I Will Start


Starting tomorrow, I will say my prayers when I wake up.
I will start my day off well with asking Godís forgiveness, for all my sins.
Starting in the morning, I will get all my dishes done before I do anything else.
Starting tomorrow at noon I will have my lunch on time.
Starting tomorrow, I will pay my bills on time.


Starting next week, I will sing praises to Christ,
Starting next week, I will show all my love to my problem child.
Starting next week, I will love my family as my self.
Starting next week, I will find someone that needs a friend and show him, a true friend.


Starting next month, I will walk in the steps of Christ.
Starting next month, I will love my family as Christ commands me.
Starting next month, I will attend church, as I should.
Starting next month, I will visit my aging parents.


Starting today, I will pull my life in order.
Today, I will start asking God to be my guiding light.
Today, I will start asking Christ to be my Lord, King of Kings.
Today, I will let Christ take rule over my life.


Starting right this moment, I will show the Christian love to my family and friends.
Starting right now, I will follow Christ more abundantly.
Starting now, I will do for my family.
This moment, I will stop putting things off and start right now; I will do things now,
Instead of putting them off until tomorrow.


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Marilyn Schnepp 01/23/06
A beautiful way to express and expound on your Wish List = Starting Today! Very nice!
Karen O'Leary01/23/06
Interesting approach to the topic. I like it.
c clemons01/24/06
Is it a poem or just like the reviewer said a wish list? The sentiment is good though.
Jan Ackerson 01/24/06
You definitely have a gift for words--but I'm puzzled by your resolve to start some very important things "next week" or "next month." But I really like the rise and fall of this piece--it's peaceful, somehow.
Phyllis Inniss 01/25/06
This is like a New Year's resolution. I like the way you came to the realization that what you were putting off for next week or next month or tomorrow can be implemented right now and that's very good.
Audrey Shockley01/27/06
What a very creative way to explain how our current world lives -- procrastinating on what needs to be done today. I think your work greatly expresses the lives for most people in today's society.