A perfect day
Imagine getting into bed at night knowing your day was perfect.
Everything important was crossed off your checklist.
You ate well. Exercised.
You treated everyone around you with respect and love. You listened intently and focused on their needs.
At work, you exceeded your client’s expectations of you and your company. You also worked on something beyond your responsibilities to advance your profession.
When someone lashed out because of a misunderstanding, you controlled your reaction.
You did not curse the driver who cut you off, but wondered what personal emergency might have forced him to be so aggressive.
Empathy washed over you.
Things you saw and heard that always trigger your heart to race towards negative thoughts and behavior, lost their power.
Imagine a day like this.