The Perfect Day
My perfect day would begin with me waking up next to my family at ten in the morning at the center of New Delhi in India. After enjoying a nice long hot shower early in the morning, all of my family would enjoy a large Indian breakfast together. Then we would all go for a walk around the city. The whole family would take the train to Ahmedabad which is where my mother was born and raised. We would get to spend time with all of my cousins. The seven of us get some lunch together and drive to empty field and play some Indian sports such as cricket or soccer. While growing up in India, I enjoyed playing many games out on the streets with my friends. Once the game ends, we meet up with our entire family member and take them out to a wonderful Indian dinner. After dinner the whole group would go out to a five star hotel where we booked a room that let us look at entire city at night.
The weather for my perfect day would bright and sunny. There would be a cool breeze around us keeping us comfortable under the warm sun. In my perfect day, I wouldn’t have to worry about doing homework or turning my assignments in on time. Everything would get done at the right time and at the right moment. Everyone around me would be happy and joyful. Everyone would have all of their needs met and would enjoy their life to the fullest. There would be no violence and everyone would get along. We would do our entire share of work and make our community a better place to live in. My perfect day would be spent enjoying time with my family and friends. We would take care of each others needs and be happy.
My Perfect Day
The idea or definition of a perfect day will vary according to different people. Personally every day is a perfect day. I believe the gift of seeing a new day warrants it to qualify for a perfect day. We all get that one opportunity when we wake up. Whatever else will follow for the rest of the day may only determine what our day will look like. Having a bad or a good day doesn’t make a day perfect or imperfect. All days are the same; equal in hours and full of opportunities. Challenges to are also part of the day. It will depend on how you rise to the occasion and decisions that you will take that will determine how your day will roll out.
Faith in a bright future as promised
I am always optimistic. This gives me the courage to face each day. It challenges me to accept and take each day as a perfect day. I view every day as a day to receive the special promise of a bright future that is filled with hope. This is my faith and it keeps me going. I believe each day is a perfect day that prepares me for many perfect days to come. I, however, do not take the accounts of a day and use them to judge how my tomorrow may look like. I thus believe of seeing many perfect different days with each morning that I wake up presenting a new perfect day.
Achieving my Goals
It is always crucial to reflect on how your day was. You will get to see what mistakes you made in your day that made it turn out to be a bad one. The outcomes of a day are not defined by luck but by our actions and decisions. The choices that we make influence our days a lot. Some people believe that a good day is seen in the morning. It is a good way to kick off your day. It is also wrong to let how your day sets in determine how the rest of it is going to be. This is what makes us responsible for our actions. If you want a good day, then you have to go out of your way and try to make one. Superstitions like
“ who you see when you are waking up in the morning” or “ the foot that you set to the ground first” should not influence how your day will be like. Always works towards making your day look exactly the way you want it to.