beginning

24 Jan

I have another blog that I sometimes post in, where I wrote the following blog a couple of days ago. I want to use this blog though and be able to interact and share with you lovely ladies!

so i sat home all day today, and i struggled with the thought of not wanting to waste my day. but I don’t know how to avoid such type of day, because what constitutes a wasted day?

does it just boil down to how you feel at the end of the day, or how you feel at simple moments during the day? why do we so often place the emphasis on how we feel at the end of the day, whether we were satisfied or not with the events that transpired? Rather then summing up the moments and grading these moments with a tally of the correlated happiness… It’s like life is a constant ending, a continuous ending of moments.

I want to look at each finished day as a continuous beginning of the beauty that I am so blessed to have been given that day. And to remember that it is not finished. To live with a hope of something not yet attained, but slowly being attained every ordinary simple, yet magnificent day.

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2 Responses to “beginning”

  1. tobeabletofloat January 24, 2011 at 2:06 am #

    My first thought here was that of course it’s how you feel at the end of the day that matters. Sometimes, we think we’re having a bad day, but then it ends up being all for the good. But then I read the part where you said that “life is a continuous ending, a continuous ending of moments.” It’s true. Life could end at any second.

    Every. Moment. Counts.

    Your last day could end at 9:00am. That could be the end of your day.

    So I think it’s both. You should feel good about what you are doing as you are doing it. But the key is that if by the end of the day you STILL feel good about it, you’re spending your time wisely.

    • tobeabletofloat January 24, 2011 at 2:07 am #

      …Jazz still.

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