After today, I will start eating right.
After I'm finished with my book, I will help you with math.
After I practice, I'll take you to the store.
After I meet so-and-so for coffee, I'll have my devotional time.
What if our Afters flipped? What if, instead of "After me, you," our priorities were ever "After you, and you, and you, then (maybe) me?"
After I've listened and talked with you, I'll read my book.
After I've played games with you (because I really want to!) I'll re-organize my shelves.
After I've taken you on a "just us" outing, I'll return to everything I was in the middle of and try to finish.
What are your "Afters" today? Are they in the right place?