I think we’d all agree that most of life is quite mundane.
You get up, take a leak, shower (or do both at the same time), get dressed, have breakfast, go to work, come home, eat dinner etc etc.
Most days are fairly predictable, ordinary and overwhelmingly average.
But… this is life.
So… in the predictable, mundane world we live, why is it that some people seem to thrive while others whither? Why do some seem able to enjoy every day while others complain?
Could it be something to do with the lens thru which we view the world?
Could it be with the approach we take to life and the ability to find beauty and joy in the mundane and familiar?
If 99% of life is ordinary then I’m thinking this would be a good practice to cultivate, so that even the bland and boring can bring us life rather than taking from us.