My birthday is June 21st. The summer solstice, the longest day of the year, and therefore the day with the most potential for Light.
What can you really get done in one day?
It depends on several factors: what time did you wake up? What time will you go to bed? Do you work a job? Are you injured? Are you sick? Is today your rest day?
Do you have a Vision of what you want to achieve? And, is this the first day or a day in the long line of succession toward a goal?
Are you waiting on someone else to finish their portion of the project? Are you waiting on resources to arrive?
Did you plan your day? Did you create a predetermined path to follow? Or do you believe that you are consigned to a certain fate – a Destiny?
Do you believe that all opportunities that come will come despite your own efforts, and furthermore, that all opportunities that have come around will not return?
The writer Napoleon Hill, in his book Think and Grow Rich, spoke concerning opportunities.
He said that a man only gets two or three real opportunities in his life.
The opportunities spoken of by Mr Hill are real opportunities, which do not come around every day.
I shy away from Mr Hill’s theory, because it sounds a lot like adhering to a predestined outcome, and I don’t believe in those.
Opportunities come from being super alert – when you are seeking it, taking action, and never stopping.
So, if you have only one day, what can you really do?
Allow me to list a few things you can do, if you only have one day to achieve Victory:
- You can speak to those people that you have put off speaking to. You can tell them the things you have put off telling them.
- You can reconcile yourself with your higher power.
- You can care for your body – fuel it with high quality, rich nutrients. You can also strengthen your body.
- You can Begin something you have wanted to begin. Do not be discouraged because the end is far off. The end-goal is always far off at first.
For one day, you can be the man or woman you have always wanted to become.
But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day.
But, you see, it is not about only one day.
Thinking in this dogmatic way, this hyper-micro, day-by-day-by-day, it is cancerous to your goals and to your Vision.
There are benefits in taking things day-by-day. Going through the motions: you don’t feel like doing something, but you do it anyway. You’ve not accepted a predestined outcome. Instead, you have seized the High Ground. Upon high ground, you can see more. You see that your actions in the present will bring about your long-term goals.
Stay low, however, assuming no responsibility – you may as well forsake those counting on you, choosing not to become the person you were to become.
Again, I ask What can be accomplished in a day?
What will you do today?