Every day is a chance to see the details of our lives—down to the next ephemeral step. It is a chance to discover what’s missing in the recipe, to be calm when fussing doesn’t help, to fear less the things that actually tell us to be brave.
Every day is a chance to better ourselves by focusing on each step, not the result.
Every day is a chance to immerse on life’s moments—relationships, experiences, growth, appreciation. The small things that really count.
We’re all capable of being intentional, conscious of the details around us. Sure, we all tend to go on a crazy autopilot. But by really paying close attention to details—the people, the colors, the smell, the sensation—we choose incredible over the mundane. We’ll probably unfold things and feelings we’ve overlooked before.
Every day is a chance, if not for a unique experience, but a heightened one. It’s like how we as a child took our time well playing with the same earth. Every day, however, is novel because were just there, enjoying our time.
Every day is a chance to recognize how lucky we are, and how we can always be grateful. Every day is a chance to refine a skill, to put ourselves forward with tenacity. Every day is a chance to be more kind, forgiving, patient and funny. Every day we decide what colors to add.