I don't know enough language yet to understand an entire conversation, but I can pick up words and phrases in a crowd. The other day I was in a waiting room full of people and I noticed one word spoken over and over. If I understood the conversations going on around me I would have never noticed! The word was 'kalke' (tomorrow).
It made me wonder how much time we spend thinking, planning, and worrying for tomorrow? How many times does that word cross my lips in a day?
I read in Eccles. this morning about the Sovereign One and of how it's meaningless to worry about tomorrow because it's in His hands. Great wisdom written thousands of years ago. You think we'd have that learned by now today. But I guess there's "nothing new under the sun!"