Some days zip by in a jiffy. Others tend to meander through a long winding space and feel slow and calm.
Most of the time we don’t know which day is going to creep up on us but it might be valuable to embrace both.
If we are a person that is full-go from the jump then the slower days feel lazy and dragging on too much. We are already looking forward to the next day.
If we are the more relaxed and slow-flowing day type of person then when stuff flies at us from all over we get flustered and chaos sets in rather quickly.
Whichever type we might lean toward we should embrace the other when it comes. Slow days can allow us to think and ponder and let things settle. Fast days can make us feel productive and active and that we are progressing our purpose.
Both days last the same amount of time. And when both days are completed it is one less day we have to enjoy in our lives.
When we focus on the present moments and become grateful for whatever the day holds for us, we start to cherish the little things and hold on to each moment as a blessing, however relaxed or chaotic they become.
Change might be the only thing consistent and when we can accept this thinking it opens up a new door of possibilities because we’ve taken the optimistic viewpoint.
Tomorrow will get here if it’s going to get here but we shouldn’t miss out on the tremendous opportunities and experiences we can have today all because it turned out to be a different day than we hoped for.