I just love the personification of tomorrow here! That days worry and have trouble. How true that seems.
And how pessimistic and human-sounding, especially when he says, “Each day has enough trouble of its own.” It makes him into a more pragmatic and gloomy guy, more down-to-earth, than I typically think of him.
When I said so to Kris at breakfast, he said the line reminded him of those old Jewish “life stinks” jokes, like that one Woody Allen told where two old women go to a restaurant, and afterwards one of them complains, “Such bad food!” and the other one says, “Such small portions, too!”
It amuses me to think of Jesus like that. A real guy, quipping wise, sour truth about this life he emptied his godself to take on.