Maybe yours involves an early morning sipping a cup of coffee whilst watching the sun rise. Maybe it entails a long walk across a white-sandy
Or maybe it requires circumstances exotic--driving fast cars on a famous racetrack or leaping bravely from a plane in flight.
But for me, a perfect day involves something entirely different.
It involves attaining and surmounting a rather challenging goal.
We each envision our perfect day in various ways, but in general those fantasies are rife with halcyon imagery and iconic endeavors. On the whole our
conception of the ideal existence typically revolves around an egocentric fixation upon the self--imagining scenarios that fulfill our individual
desires and particular whims.
But never should we judge the worth of our days by such selfish pursuits.
Rather, we should ascertain the value of our time by how much we give unto others.
My conception of a perfect day is one where I accomplish my goals and complete my work without spreading any negative feelings unto those around
My conception of a perfect day is one where I faultlessly embody the tenets and nuances of my own personal moral code.
My conception of a perfect day is one where I demonstrably make this reality a better place for everyone.
My conception of a perfect day is one where I commit no ethical errs.
When people think of perfect days they typically picture themselves doing amazing things in glorious locales. They commonly resort unto fallback
descriptions of cliched experiences like those mentioned above.
Well for me, those things I described are amazing. And anywhere you've got a concerted number of people acting in accord with the principles of
kindness and benevolence and compassion--well even the coldest parts of the words can become amazing when filled with that much light.
A perfect day consists of doing exactly what you want--so shouldn't that involve making this world the most incredible place possible?
Shouldn't you want to spend your existence spreading nothing but positivity and happiness and empathy and love?
Think about it--really ponder it deep. Then maybe--just maybe--you'll redefine your concept of a perfect day.
Then, if you determine you're ready for a fresh vantage on life, if you decide you're fit for a novel challenge:
Whenever you read this and whatever you're doing--stop everything.
Start the timer from that moment forward.
Set the clock back to zero and start anew.
Your day officially begins now.
Go out and make it perfect.
edit on 19-8-2015 by Trachel because: (no reason given)