I ran into this quote recently, and although it's unknown as to who actually said it, I found myself struck by its (obvious yet still profound) meaning. To me, it stated that a person always has a choice--he/she has the freedom to decide either to stay upset through the rest of the day over something that went wrong earlier, or to put that firmly in the past in order to enjoy the oncoming things that will make their day a great one.
What do you think? How do you go about a day even if things go wrong?
Do you find yourself spending the rest of the day questioning why things didn't go the way you wanted; or do you end up trying to remember what had happened because you completely forgot, as you snuggle up safely in your bed in remembering only the fun times you had during the rest of the day?
Please tell me what you think, I am all ears (not pig ears, obviously because I am a human...). :)
Have a lovely day!