The #1 Truth I Realize Every Time I Let Myself Down


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The #1 Truth I Realize Every Time I Let Myself Down



Feel Good Project day 63

Had an old favorite song stuck in my head all day long.

Better Days‘ by Goo Goo Dolls of all things.

Seems very appropriate for entering this brave new year. I am going to name it my theme song for 2015.

And you ask me what I want this year
And I try to make this kind and clear
Just a chance that maybe we’ll find better days
’cause I don’t need boxes wrapped in strings
And desire and love and empty things
Just a chance that maybe we’ll find better days

So take these words
And sing out loud
’cause everyone is forgiven now
’cause tonight’s the night the world begins again

That last line is the kicker. Perfect for the New Year. Perfect for everyday actually. To me, there is so much HOPE in that line (especially when sang with such emotion as it is) that EVERY night we actually get the chance to start over!

Day after day, night after night. Minute after minute, second after second.

The human experience consists of learning to let go and change through continual changes and seasons. It’s quite extraordinary if I step back and really look at it for what it is.

A series of challenges, joys, events, triumphs, blood, sweat, dream, and tears.

Then, magically, every moment is a chance to begin again.

That is super refreshing to me, as sometimes I get so locked into this New Year lie (even though I know it’s not true), that things only begin anew at certain times, and goals and intentions are supposed to be set strong at these designated timetables.

Brings to mind the Bible verse about God’s mercies being ‘new every morning’ and I find great comfort in this.

So, I blow my restrictive diet one day. I have a crappy attitude. Inward I fall apart. Outward I am not impressed with my looks or fitness goals-or rather lack thereof. I am a less than wonderful friend or a support system for those I love most. I snap at my husband. I yell at other drivers while behind the wheel. I want to give up on my needy dog.

Well guess WHAT?

Tonight’s the night the world begins again.

And, if that’s not the biggest comfort then I don’t know what is.

THAT is the grace, forgiveness and mercy I (and us all) are offered new each day, each minute, that I need to implement more often in my life. The Feel Good Project is about searching these truths out and applying them to my life in new ways, and I find it very life giving.

Thanks for the reminder God.

And thank you for making it so powerful enough to stay in my head all these years John Rzeznik 🙂

FEEL GOOD MOMENT OF THE DAY: Feeling encouraged that my gut might actually be slowly healing up a bit, as the last three days I have been able to successfully digest the amazing hot cocoa Justin makes, which involves all sorts of ingredients that were not even available to me the past little while, but now seem to be settling okay! I have also been able to add in this Hail Merry chocolate mint tart which might be the best thing I have ever tasted and which I have been dreaming about for two days now. It contains almonds in the crust-so this is HUGE to me! Might be all of the bone broth I have been daily downing? Either way, I am just grateful. 😛


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