Day 3350: How are you going to live each day?

How are you going to live each day amidst so much injustice, pain, brutality, loss, and uncertainty?

How are you going to live each day to make it matter?

How are you going to live each day balancing other people’s needs with your needs?

Each day I live, I look at the news and all the images I’ve captured on my phone, and that’s why today’s blog post title is “How are you going to live each day?“

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Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “How are you going to live each day?”

While that video says we should live each day like it’s our last, in this video Leana Delle says the opposite:

I live each day with gratitude for all that I have, including YOU.

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14 thoughts on “Day 3350: How are you going to live each day?

  1. Part of me wants to live each day as though I were Joan, curled up in the sink bowl.

    And part of me wants to fly to Ukraine and make soup.

  2. I live each day with gratitude for who I am, who I love, who loves me, and what I can do!

  3. Debbie T

    I loved that video about *not* living each day as if it were your last. Very inspiring. Thanks for sharing it. And I expect it won’t be the last video you share.

  4. Things like music and pets offer reasons to keep living in spite of all the stress and difficulty in the world. I’m trying to think of a movie I’d like to live in, but what comes to mind is the Japanese film Tampopo that opens with a gangster in a movie theater talking about how, when we die, our lives flash before our eyes like a movie, and he says, “I look forward to seeing that movie.”

  5. I am going to live every day as a new beginning with endless opportunities and possibilities

  6. Every morning I figure, On your mark, get set, go, Ann.

  7. As best I can

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