Maybe you’ve had days like this?
Waiting. Waiting for the day to motivate you, to inspire you, to give you a reason to feel good and excited about the day.
I’ve had my share of those days. Too many, actually. Days when I’m sort of just going through the motions of being alive. Waiting to receive, willing to accept, but not quite willing to create.
Does this feel familiar?
It’s easy when the external world ignites you, fills you with energy, lifts you higher. Everything flows, everything feels possible, and time moves substantially faster. But what if the day doesn’t give us that spark?
Most days, it’s up to us to create our own spark, ignite our own fires, and lift our own self higher.
Funny thing about new days. They’re indifferent. They don’t care what we do with them. Their job is to simply show up. But since we only get a finite number of them in our lifetime, is it wise for us to be equally indifferent as to how we spend them? To wait and hope that something outside of us is enough to inspire something inside of us?
The great day we’re hoping to have today? The great life?
It’s just not going to show up.
It requires us to create it.
What can you create for you today?