Today is June 28th. How amazing.
Thinking it's just another ordinary day?
This day, this Wednesday, is a once in a lifetime event.
Let that sink in for a moment.
This is the only Wednesday of June 27th in 2017 that you will ever, ever have. This is a special event, a celebration, without the day needing to do or be anything else.
There is nothing to prepare for, nothing to rush to, nothing to stress over for this to be a special day. This day, this very moment rather, needs not to impress or to please. It is a wondrous event in and of itself, because this day, and this moment, will never happen again.
Sure, you may happily or miserably wake up to many more Wednesdays (and I hope you do)!
Yet, a Wednesday just like this one? No.
For this Wednesday is unique, just as each day is unique from the last. This day will never repeat itself, you will never be given this gift of these specific hours again.
This magnificent painting that we live under, the sky, the cloud formations you see today, will never be the exact same again. A given day is not created as the same mundane day simply because you may choose the act the exact in the same mundane manner tomorrow or do the exact same things.
So what if you didn't act the same way? What if you chose to see the world through a new lens today?
What if you chose today to be the best day of your life?
I invite you to imagine how you would feel on your most perfect day. What face would you show to the world?
Who would you be if you were your most authentic and truest self?
What if you were given permission to fully embrace this day, fully live in it, fully take up as much possible space in it, and be vibrant in your truest form? What if you were given permission to invite whomever you wanted to partake in the enjoyment of this authentic gift, and to be best surrounded with those whom you chose to? What if you chose what affected you today? What if you chose how you feel and how you respond today?
You can. Wake up and choose the best for yourself.
Have a wonderful Wednesday.
written by erin moriah r wafer