Tomorrow - Part 22 - Tomorrow is another day

Tomorrow is another day - 
Origin of this phrase: Source:

The last line of the American Civil War novel Gone With The Wind:
Scarlett O'Hara: "Tara. Home. I'll go home, and I'll think of some way to get him back. After all, tomorrow is another day"

Meaning: "One may not accomplish everything today but will have another chance."

It is a day yet to take shape, a day not yet lived, a day to still hope for. 

All of today's sorrows, miseries , hardships will vanish into oblivion
For tomorrow is another day.

Things that went wrong today, will be set right,
For Tomorrow is another day.

If you are sick today, you will get better tomorrow,
For Tomorrow is another day.

If you had a bad day at work today, things will change for the better, 
For Tomorrow is another day.

If you had a fight with your best friend, you are going to patch up tomorrow, 
For Tomorrow is another day.

For all the better things that are to be, that are hoped for will all come Tomorrow. For after all, tomorrow is another day. 

Change, they say is the only constant thing. 
Because things are the way they are, they will not stay the way they are, for Tomorrow is another day, another chance, another dream.

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