Some days are just so amazing, just so beautiful, just so filled with goodness that you don't know how to be. On those days you might even question this pure sensation of joy, wondering how everything could be so right. I know I have in the past.
Now however, I have come to understand that we need 100% perfect days every once in a while, just to remind us that life is truly wonderful. Every so often we need a day where the memories of it trigger the exact emotions of this pure goodness, no matter how much "time" appears to have passed.
Life. It's so incredible that it is worth all the battles, all the failures, all the ups and downs it could ever throw at us. I would live this life again, with 100 years of nothing but "bad" days, just to experience one beautiful today.
But the great news is that I don't have too. And neither do you. As a matter of fact, as I'm writing this I am saying to myself, "there are no bad days. There is simply no such thing as a bad day." There are lots of things that daily go awry. I have many of those days myself. As it turns out though, my day is what I think it is, not what is happening in it. I am the script writer for my life. I control the pen that is writing each paragraph of my now.
Not you. Not him. Not her. Not them.
I don't always write the best stories I confess, but I try. And by trying I find so much good in people, places, and situations that I would otherwise have missed.
Many years ago while wandering Rome, in a very supernatural, mystical and magical way, I received a message from the heavens. That day was the last "worst" day of my life because I "got it". I actually understood what the universe was trying to teach me. Phenomenally, I understand the depth of it more and more profoundly with each passing moment.
I want to share this message with you. Maybe it will touch you today the way it did me all those years ago.
"You are not here alone to suffer for no reason. We are together and something wonderful awaits you everyday. Something magical is all around you just wanting to be found."
I hope today you chose to write a beautiful day, regardless of the circumstances.
Write upon the memories tablets of your mind all the beauty you find in an other wise imperfect day.