Who do you think wrote the following verses? Happy, truly happy is the one, who can say that he owns today; the one who with a clear conscience can always declare: "Tomorrow, do what want - today I could live." Sounds pretty modern, don't you think? And you see - it was written by Roman poet Horatius thirty years before the birth of Christ. I know from experience that one of the most tragic human traits is the tendency to constantly postpone life. We all dream of some rose garden far beyond the horizon and we don't notice flowers that are blooming in front of our windows today. Why are we such fools, truly tragic fools? "How strange is the course of our lives!"