Life consists of ups and downs; highs and lows. It is inevitable to have both hills and valleys; sunshine and rain. We can’t hide or run from it. We can’t duck or dodge it either. Every single person on this earth will have good and bad days. This is life and not a fairytale.
With that being said, we have a choice of how we will handle our highs and lows. Will we think we are invincible on our good days and take them for granted or will be humble and thankful for every good moment we have? Will we succumb to our bad days and allow them to break us and take us out?
Whether good or bad, we have the opportunity to decide how we will set the tone of our lives and handle all of our days.
Don’t get me wrong, some days are just so bad that you want to throw in the towel, but what would that accomplish? We could wallow in self pity, but what good would that do? We can isolate ourselves from the world, but what would that change?
When you think of it like this, it should help you realize the fate of your day and the fabric of your life is controlled by you. We know the lows, valleys, rain, bad days will inevitably come and we also know they will end. They may not end when we want them to, but they will end and just as we knew the bad days were coming, we also know the good days are coming too!
Let me make it plain! However you decide to handle your bad days will either positively or negatively impact your life. If you allow yourself to give up on your bad days, you won’t make it to your good days. If you only choose to see the negative on your bad days, you won’t be able to recognize a good day even if it hit you in your face because of the negative lenses you chose to wear.
The choice is yours!
I don’t know about you, but I try to handle my bad days with extra care, searching and grasping onto whatever positive I can, so I can in turn reach and be able to enjoy my good days!!! I am thankful for each good day realizing it is a blessing some aren’t even experiencing in that moment!!!
How do you choose to handle your days?
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