“Encourage all your virtuous dispositions, and exercise them whenever an opportunity arises, being assured that they will gain strength by exercise, as a limb of the body does, and that exercise will make them habitual.” – Thomas Jefferson
When I think about the day I am about to face I never look at it as a series of problems to be overcome, goals to be achieved or a list of items to be checked off. To do so, in my estimation, is to miss the central purpose of living.
Instead, I see every single moment of the day as an opportunity to release blessing into the earth. In this sense the nature of what I face is more or less irrelevant. It matters not to me if the situation is pleasant or unpleasant, hard or easy, long and drawn out or short and sweet, for the spirit in which I do what I do is more important to me than what I happen to be doing at the time.
How do you approach your day?