three good things that happened today
Später fand ich dann diesen Text über „three good things that happened today“ und stellte fest, dass mir eigentlich jeden Tag so viele gute Dinge begegnen, dass ich mindestens drei davon festhalten kann.
Each night before you go to sleep:
2. Write them down.
3. Reflect on why they happened.
Step 1: Think about anything good that happened to you today. It can be anything at all that seems positive to you. It need not be anything big or important. For example, you might recall the fact that you enjoyed the oatmeal you had for breakfast. On the other hand, you might also recall that your child took its first step today. Anything from the most mundane to the most exalted works, as long as it seems to you like a good, positive, happy thing.
Step 2: Write down these three positive things.
Step 3: Reflect on why each good thing happened. Determining the „why“ of the event is the most important part of the exercise. For example, you might say that your oatmeal tasted really good this morning because your partner took the time to go shopping at the local farmer’s market, where they have fresh, organic oatmeal. Or you might say that your child took its first step today because God was pouring blessings down upon your family, or because it really wanted to get to some cookies on the table. You get to decide reasons for each event that make sense to you.
Schritt 1 und 2 halte ich in diesem Blog fest. Die Erkenntnisse aus Schritt 3 sind für meinen Kopf bestimmt, und den des Lesers.