“What good have I done today?” – Ben Franklin
Isn’t this a great question to ask yourself at the end of the day? I usually tend to think about what good thing happened today that I’d like to share when I sit down to write. I like to reflect on all the good, despite the imperfections of the day and to be thankful for the experiences I’ve had. I don’t usually think in terms of what good I have created. But I like that idea.
So let me think… what good have I done today? That feels like bragging… it doesn’t feel comfortable telling you the good things I’ve done. But I’ll try to name 3 things:
1. I was nice to my friends.
2. I loved on my kids and listened and validated them.
3. I made my house cozy.
Your turn… wanna comment? Don’t worry. You don’t have to… just thinking about your goodness is good enough.
We all do so many things that are good, but usually we think of what we did wrong. Let’s think like Ben.
And tomorrow morning, let’s start with the morning question:
What Good Shall I Do Today?
Go be good.