I highly recommend this inspirational read. It's about a dying professor who holds a weekly meeting with his former student and teaches him lessons of life.
I like to do this. Open books up now and again and just take a message from whatever that random page offers.
I opened the section "We talk about a perfect day."
In Morrie's case, it starts off with exercises and sweet rolls. No rushing around doing chores or fretting about calories or fat content. At that point, he was bedridden and limited in what he could eat.
From there, he'd invite his friends over and spend the afternoon chatting and laughing. Then he'd take a walk, admiring the colors and sounds of nature. Hard to do when you're strapped to machines and confined inside a room.
Finally, he'd have a fabulous restaurant dinner of his favorite food with friends, specifically pasta and duck. He'd dance the rest of the night away.
I love Morrie's perfect day.
Exercise, food, friends, nature, more food and friends, and dancing. There's absolutely no reason why I can't live this day every day.
A perfectly healthy day. What would that mean to you?