I've been in a bit of a rut lately. dealing with some the the "affair aftermath" has been challenging this past week. I have been finding it hard to stay focused and positive...but i try none the less.
My WH came across the great day website not long after DDay. he shared it with me, i dont always check as often as i should.....but on the days when i do, it really seems to fit my mood and hit home.
I have seen much sadness on SI. I just wanted to send some positive words out to everyone today. This road we BS's travel is a long and painful one. We fight everyday to stay strong and make it thru, only to have to get up and face it all again tomorrow. Tho we dont always feel it....we are strong...and we will make it. We have the power to dig deep inside us and harness the strength. Done ever give up, my friends. keep fighting. hugs to you all.
Monday, October 14, 2013
Your best day yet
You are here, on this day, with dreams, desires, challenges, opportunities, and the ability to successfully deal with it all. So give this day a solid, meaningful, positive purpose and claim the great value it offers.
Make the choice to make some progress in a direction of your choosing. Instead of merely letting the time pass, put life and love, substance and experience into that time.
Think of what a great opportunity you have with each day that comes your way. You have the opportunity to make a difference, to truly change the world, and to live your precious life in new and joyful ways.
Look back and recall the best day you’ve ever experienced, and make the choice to make this one even better. The quality of each day depends on what you put into it, so start right now to put your best into this day that you have.
Instead of merely wishing for what could be or complaining about what has been, you can do something much more powerful. You can act, right here and now, to significantly raise the quality of your life experience.
Today is happening, so take an active and positively supportive role. Feel your authentic purpose, live this day with that purpose, and make it the best day yet.
— Ralph Marston