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The Poem entitled Do It Now Not Tomorrow But Today was written by Michael Barabash who was deemed as The poet of optimism The poem is about life and symbolizes how we choose to use the time of the future in a positive way The future time is a crucial part of life which can work to your advantage or disadvantage Everyone is blessed with time even though some have more advantages then others money wise and so on we are all give time and can use it to our advantage As the quote says in the third stanza success obeys the everlasting now implying that time is of the essence and however we choose to use it can greatly affect how your life plays out A second quote states The Future waits- the while our past recedes the past is nothing but memories and cant be changed while the future awaits for you to change it However you decide to change it reflects back on you and can determine whether you lead a successful life or not Problems and boundaries will make changing the future the way you want harder but every one faces those and the future presents time for you to over come them and move on in most instances How you use the future can be so important as the author states Today is ours to find a better way to live to love to labor and to play If you use the futures time to your advantage it can greatly help you the now alone can furnish all our needs allowing you to accomplish whatever you want or set out to do in life Allow you to attain things that will outweigh and help overcome the tribulation that might present itself in your future Almost anyone who is successful in life has taken advantage of the future and used it to overcome things and get places Time
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