Happiness, Life Lessons

Question of the Day

It’s been a while since I posted. I took a little time off to take care of family, rest and recharge. But I’m ready to reengage and share some things that have been on my mind. I hope you’ll check in with me in the days ahead.

Today, I’m introducing a new weekly feature: Question of the Day. It’s just what it sounds like–a question that I hope you’ll mull over as you go about your day. 

I ran into this guy at the Navarre Beach Flea Market this summer. I think he might be the cartoon character, the Tasmanian Devil. Remember him?

He may remind you of someone you know. Or if you’re like me, yourself some days.

Hey! You talking’ to me?

What would your day look like if you looked for the best in everyone you met?

Isn’t that what we want from those we encounter?
Just asking.

Love puts up with all things, trusts in all things, hopes in all things, endures all things
I Cor. 13:7

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6 thoughts on “Question of the Day”

  1. If I looked for the best in everyone, I think I would find it. We often see what we look for. I'd see a world full of gentle smiles, kind gestures, loving embraces, raucous laughter, and unadulterated joy. I'd see people helping people. I'd see people embracing the silver lining of bad situations and smiling their way through challenges.

    Makes me think of a few quotes by Anne Frank:
    “Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy.”
    “Whoever is happy will make others happy too.”


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