MIAGD: It’s just a choice

MIAGD: Make it a great day

I use this phrase daily and even several times throughout the day to remind myself that I have the choice, and ultimately, the control of how I elect to run my day.

I’ve had folks tell me it doesn’t work for them.

It’s highly unlikely to work if the attitude is already against the the process an forecasting the negative results.

This pandemic has taught me much.

I’ve learned to value more, the truly necessary elements in life we often take for granted or even ignore when gratitude should be the focus. It’s the little things that have become the bigger blessings to me while the once bigger items have depreciated.

It has also alerted me to much.

I’ve become more aware of people; those directly within my reach and those beyond. I’ve seen (and been a recipient of) so many reaching out to others with a servant’s loving, golden heart, yet, I’ve also observed the selfish and short-sightedness of those with plenty, inconvenienced.

We have the choice to change our vision. We can also choose to make a concerted effort to change our vision.

We have the choice to change our thinking. We can also choose to make a concerted effort to alter or completely reprocess our way of thinking.

We have the choice to reach out or we have the choice to remain self-serving. We can also choose to make a concerted effort to look beyond our own needs or mildly interrupted routine to remember those whose lives and routines have been demolished.

Choice and attitude are at the core of how we process the day. We have, both, the capability to choose and the power to concentrate our attitude within our very grasp.

Make it a great day or make your day a shit show.

It’s. Your. Choice.

About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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