My Valentine’s Day 2008
I’ve never been one for Valentine’s Day. To me, it’s just another day fabricated by commercialism to sell more; sell more cards, candy, gifts and pressure. To me, romanticism comes more spontaneously throughout the year. Someone once said to me that each morning when he wakes up he says, “O.K. God, surprise me!”
Although each day brings new challenges, there is one thing it won’t bring – perfection. Today, I can expect a mixed bag of experiences with a wide range of emotions to match. I found this quote today, and would like to share it with you:
Every forward step we take we leave some phantom of ourselves behind– John Spalding
If we’re feeling discouraged or negative about our life, one way to cultivate an attitude of gratitude is to look back and see how far we’ve come. Remember, we seek progress, not perfection. There is always something to be grateful for, including the ability to find something to be grateful for.
When life is so bad that I want to cry, I’ll try laughing instead.
Posted on February 14, 2008, in Friends, Friendship, Holidays, Honesty, Humanity, Intimacy, Life, Love, Opinions, Perfection, Personal Growth, Relationships, Seasons, Valentine's Day and tagged commercialism, Friends, Friendship, Friendships, Holidays, Honesty, Humanity, Intimacy, Life, Love, Opinions, Perfection, Personal Growth, Relationships, Romanticism, Seasons, Valentine's Day. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.