“Great things are not done by impulse but by a series of small things brought together’’
What makes your day beautiful? What do you think when you go to bed at night? Do you smile looking back at the thing that happened during the day? It might be a small thing and that’s where the beauty lies.
Life is made of small moments and if you can collect these moments you will never feel alone. When there are days when nothing seems right & everything seems messy. The work, the relationship, the mind everything seems difficult & hard .On these days you need to remember those small moments of your life that may give you some strength to go through these days.
We all have those small moments or things that often go unnoticed or unappreciated because we think that they are either insignificant or we take them for granted because we live in a culture that celebrates big accomplishments. But what if we make it a habit to embrace and celebrate the small things? Real life is happening all around us while we are waiting for the big things. The truth is that often the things that matter most are the small ones.
We have tons of reasons for doing small things in life to express positivity about self, inner satisfaction, happiness & self recognition. If you practice small things you will stop reacting & start responding in life.
Here are few inputs –
10 minutes of meditation or yoga every day will help you to stay healthy & improve your concentration.
5 seconds smile to each person you meet daily will help you to release your stress.
5 minutes observation every day for the activities you do for yourself & for your loved ones will help you to set priorities in life.
10 minutes research every day to diversify your skills or adding a new skill will help you for the better prospect at work place or innovating ideas for solving complex issues.
2 minutes encouragement, appreciation or complements to the people at work, family or friends will make positive impact on healthy relationship.
“Enjoy the little things in your life, for one day you’ll look back & realize they were the big things.”