I bounce back and forth when I think about the idea of everything having meaning.
So many little things in life pass me by and I don’t see them as important.
However, lately, I have been trying to take all of these little things, along with the big things, into account.
I am trying to notice why these things exist.
I am trying to be thankful for each thing that brings me joy, peace, success.
I am trying to not be angry for each thing that brings me pain, frustration, confusion.
I am trying to learn from every lesson that comes to my body, my mind, my heart.
I am trying to discern the signs.
Each little thing seems to be a sign of something.
A lesson – an experience – an opportunity.
I will admit that lately, I have been more irritable.
I have been quick to judge.
I have been quick to anger.
I have felt down on myself.
For whatever these reasons are, I am trying to be aware of these things.
Each little trigger for these things reminds me that there is no reason to hold onto these feelings that bring me and others down.
I want to be a light.
I want to put my body, my mind, and my heart in the right places.
I want to be open and loving.
I want to be at peace with the world.
I want to be joyful, thankful, and smile more.
I see the ways I can improve.
I just need to put my foot down and show my body, mind, and heart the reminders of what feels right.
The goal is to experience growth in taking note of these signs and finding the meaning.
Life is hard, but life is better when it has meaning.
Caring for life, its goods and bads, and embracing it all.
Trying to love those around me and love myself, too.
That, to me, is the hardest part of life.
Consistent love of self.
Not in a selfish way, but in a way that you can have a full heart to give to others.
It’s time to discern the signs.
Using good judgment in order to do good.
For me, for you, for us all.
I want so badly to be better.
I want to care about the signs.
I want the signs to help us discern what’s next.
So, here’s to figuring that out.
“I believe a few words can change your day and your life.”