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“I'll leave tomorrow's problems to tomorrow's me.”

The Saitama's quote says he will leave tomorrow's problems to himself.

It is normal to fear the future and all the events that may happen tomorrow or in two months. But we don't have to be.

To build a healthy and unproblematic future, we must focus on the work of the present, of today. We must also avoid being doubtful all the time, although doubt often helps us understand reality better. However, being fearful or insecure all the time leads us to fail.

The future will have problems and complications, but these adversities will be future. Let us not think about it and work on what there is to do today.


“Crap. I forgot to buy kombu soup stock.”


“Do you know what he said to me today? 'Never heard of you.' Never!”


“What's the matter? You don't like Udon?”


“I told you, I'm busy. So anyone who gets in my way gets punched.”


“If I had taken a wrong step, would I have ended up like that, too?”


“In exchange for power, maybe I've lost something that is essential to being human.”


“100 pushups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats, and a 10km run!”


“Did you see a butt naked man run past us? Must have evacuated mid-bath.”



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