What’s Gone Well Today? ®

Here’s an easy way to change how we look at our day, and our life.

Consider of all that you do, what was worthwhile, what did you enjoy in your day?   Sharing these moments  may inspire others.

On another note asking someone What’s Gone Well Today? ®, becomes life-changing. Conversations have a fresh perspective.

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  1. Christopher says:

    A guide at the side of the road
    On a dark early morning I stepped out to the Ring Road at UVic. A small sports car went by me quickly then backed up some distance just as fast and the driver asked me where the bus station was. She was contemplating backing up to get to it, if necessary. I asked if she wanted me to get in the car and guide her. She said she’d like that. She was doing a traffic study, and we were able to find her location and co-hort. Everything looks different in the dark she said. She asked me if I was a teacher out here.”No, a guide.” I gave her my card.

  2. Christopher says:

    Flipping a switch along the path

    I noticed that it was ‘Mental Health Week’ and wondered what I’d bring to it. I thought a lot about a sentence from Science and Health, ‘Realize the presence of health and the fact of harmonious being, until the body corresponds with the normal conditions of health and harmony.’

    A friend/ prof at the university met me walking different directions yesterday morning. Realizing her schedule wouldn’t fit our having a static chat, I turned around and walked with her for about five minutes. She talked about some things that were burdening her. We talked about changing the question with colleagues. How would you feel about an opportunity coming your way? We talked my ‘traveler in your own town’ approach, of having a moment of value with a stranger.. and then letting them go.. Freeing and enriching.

    I noticed the effort and time of walking disappears when engaged in a good conversation.

    This morning we coincided again– this time her smile was evident 20 m away. She said, ” After our talk yesterday, something flipped a switch in me. Everything was different. I had been grumpy and burdened before.”

    We had a hug about that.

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