The trouble with the day before is that no one knows he’s experiencing a “day before” until it becomes the day after.
Nineteen years ago it was a “day before” for about 100,000 people.
It was the day before the end of one man’s world.
Tomorrow, life starts again for thousands, but they don’t know it. Tomorrow, everything changes for the select few, but no one knows it. The changes are so sudden that it’s only in sum that they make any sense, make any difference.