I’m feeling good today. Things are wonderful. Body, mind, and soul are doing well.
But there are certainly days when I don’t feel good. Something’s definitely off. Occasionally it’s immediately obvious what’s wrong, but other times it’s frustrating to just feel bad and not be sure why.
Part of maturity is coming to know oneself well enough to recognize warning signs, and to do something about them before things deteriorate further.
We can’t expect to feel good every day. That’s just life. There are certainly things outside our control that we do well to just “let go.” Some of those things directly affect us.
But I’ve also learned that some things predictably lead to a “bad day.” And if I do something about it, things will look different very soon.
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