What would your best day look like?

So often we think of “best days” as something from the past (e.g. — the birth of your child– the day you met your beloved—a special trip you took—the day you met your new pet), or even as something that’s rationed or limited.
Somewhere along the way, I decided that today (each day) would be my best day. Everyday. For the rest of my life. As of today, I can safely report that this has been the most rational decision I’ve ever made in my life.

By best, I mean perfect for me—a day where I noticed, I felt, I saw, I failed, I learned, I contributed, I cried, and I laughed.  In other words, a day when I experienced the wholeness of myself in relation to others and to life itself.  

Realizing that life is lived from the inside-out, not the outside-in, there is no one else who can make such an outrageous decision for you—but, what if you decided to make today, and each day thereafter, the best day of your life?  

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