Transitions are a major part of life: it means someone is going through a change. Sometimes we struggle and can't get through the transitioning phase easily. However, we have to realize that transitions will only be for a short until we reach our destination.
As high school rolls to an end for the class of 2014 (including me), transitions are happening: scholarship packets, order forms for graduation caps and gowns, sports signings, and college acceptance letters.
With this transition phase comes a sense of worry. Worry whether or not we will make the right decision of where to go to college, whether or not if we even want to go to college and worry about where we will end up in the future. Worrying is something us human beings tend to do when we are unsure--- we just can't help it!
As cliche as this sounds, life is way too short to be worrying about what tomorrow brings. The bible says in Matthew 6:34:
“Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble."
With that in our mind, we just need a reminder that we should stop worrying so much. It sounds a lot easier than done--yes, but it can be achieved. We shouldn't get worked up over tomorrow when we have today. God will be there to help us when the time comes in the future. We get so caught up in planning our future that we aren't thankful for what we have today.
If we keep worrying about what's going to happen tomorrow, the next week, month or year then how can we truly enjoy what has been given to us today?