Question 158

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29 Responses to “Question 158”

  1. Anonymous:

    Not necessarily.

  2. feel the funk:

    it depends on the relevance it has to your future, for me it will but chances are i won’t remember the date or what not just that i saw my niece or nephew in a sonogram for the first time

  3. Think so πŸ™‚

  4. salvacion:

    it will matter, indeed..i believe that everyday of my life will have a big role of what i will become someday. every single moment of it has an effect to my future, so as much as possible, i value each and everyday that i have…because i know someday, it will all make sense:P

  5. Jason:

    Every moment you spend alive matters. It shapes us to who we will be in 5 years, 10 years, 50 years. But will I remember today? Probably not.

  6. Every day matters as it is a part of who you are, you grow a little more every day and you learn something new every day.

  7. Malinda:

    Well, today I did something for the first time. I bought peaches at the Farmer’s market. Whether I buy more in the future will depend on how they taste. So in the future, YES, today will matter when I think about peaches.

  8. Bethany:

    No. A better question is whether or not I’ll be here in five years. Sometimes I just don’t know.

  9. C:

    Yes, because today’s the day all my dreams will come true πŸ™‚

  10. Laura:

    Today, I laid in my pool listening to music and just enjoying the gorgeous weather. It’s probably not a day I’ll remember in 5 years, but it was still nice.

  11. Lua:

    No I do not think so . . But these days are Great and nice because I`m on vacation now :)/

  12. Yre:

    Yes, it will. Today had a big impact.

  13. luna:

    It’s not that it will matter in 5 years, but without it, 5 years might never happen.

  14. Yes, for me today might matter in 5 years because I saw my grandparents and since my grandpa is in bad health, it might be the last time I saw him. I really enjoyed being with him and my grandma knowing it, and I didn’t forget to tell them that I love them (which is a big deal in my family…).

  15. Yonna:

    does it have to?

  16. Kylie:

    Yes, to the people whose house I help to build today it will matter a lot.

  17. April:

    I think so. I mean I probably won’t remember much from this day, but each day is a step towards the future and must impact it somehow.

  18. Kelsey:

    Yes. Every second of every day will change the future.

  19. Don't Tell the Boss:

    Yes. I made a special pact with someone today. It will matter. But tomorrow may not!

  20. I would love to know that answer

  21. Sarah:

    I only wish it would

  22. Sophie:

    ‘Till now I don’t think so, but the day isn’t finished yet. So, I’ll see… =)

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  25. Anon...:

    It probably will be for my family friends, but for me it will be the time when I was depressed about losing somebody I love.

  26. anon:

    Yes, I think it will, actually. I hope so at least! I’m nervous but optimistic πŸ™‚

  27. Nick:

    I think so. I mean, I have answered a lot of questions from this site today that made me realize something about myself. I think it will impact my life.

  28. mistie:

    Probably not, but you never know what and how things will happen.

  29. Alex:

    today will not matter in 5 years, unfortunately. make every day count.

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