Procrastination Has A Dark Side

The goal of procrastination,
Is to put off until tomorrow,
What you can do today.

The odds say that tomorrow will come,
And then you’re faced with the same dilemma,
To do your duty or delay.

Procrastination wishes there was no tomorrow,
That way you wouldn’t have to do,
Anything at all.

But you better stop living in denial,
Before your superior brain discovers,
How to end it all.

Spanish Translation

El objetivo de la procrastinación,
Es posponer ‘hasta mañana,
Lo que se puede hacer hoy.

Las probabilidades dicen que mañana vendrá,
Y entonces te enfrentarás al mismo dilema,
Para cumplir con tu deber o demora de nuevo.

La dilación desea que no hubiera un mañana,
De esa manera,
No tendrías que hacer nada.

Pero mejor deja de posponerlo,
Antes de que tu cerebro avanzado se dé cuenta,
Cómo acabar con todo.

Por: ElRoy © 2020

“And now, as I have told you before, as you have had so many witnesses, therefore I ask you not to postpone the day of your repentance to the end; because after this day of life, which is given to us to prepare for eternity, behold, if we don’t improve our time while we’re in this life, then comes the night of darkness in which no work can be done.
You can’t say, when you are led to that terrible crisis, that I’ll repent, that I’ll return to my God. No, you can’t say this; for that same spirit that your body possesses the moment you leave this life, that same spirit will have power to possess your body in that eternal world.” Book of Mormon, Alma 34:33-34

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