Take just one day at a time, and enjoy it to the very limit. When you get up in the morning, make up your mind you are going to enjoy the day to the fullest -- every moment of it: not a moment wasted in non-enjoyment, just as if it were the only day you ever had or ever will have. Determine that it will be the only day of your life: in joy and in service. Do not confuse enjoyment with entertainment. Entertainment -- self-pleasing, selfish "pleasure" -- is but pitiful dancing on the deck of the Titanic: stupidity: wicked, criminal waste of precious time that could profitably be devoted to true enjoyment. Enjoyment is keeping God -- goodness, love, holiness, wisdom, power -- continually before the mind's eye: and doing -- at every moment -- the best thing to be done at that moment, to the very best of the ability: every effort: nothing held back: all the care, all the attention. Sometimes the "best" thing for the present moment is a most common and mundane thing, like shining shoes or taking out the garbage. But if it is a necessary part of a life totally devoted to God, then it is done unto God, just as much as is the highest and noblest activity possible, and thereby it is glorified, gilded with eternal beauty and meaning. That is true living. All else is death, in various degrees and percentages.