FOR, amidst perturbations and griefs and fears, and disappointed desires and incurred aversions, how can there be any entrance for happiness? And, where there are corrupt principles, there must all these things necessarily be.
EPICTETUS. DISCOURSES. Book iii. §22. ¶6.
When we are disappointed and depressed over what life has handed to us, it is because we put value on the wrong things. We held too much importance in things rather than valuing our character above all else.
This morning I got up, emptied the dishwasher, loaded the dishwasher and had breakfast with my hubby and daughter. Time to start planning for the future, making the best decisions to allow more freedom to adjust and make changes. Life is certainly never boring and the sun is shining! :)
Today is a day for banking, checking mail, etc. and running some errands. Tonight we are out for supper with good friends. :) All in all a good day ahead of us.