Today was an exciting day. It was the first day of my journey to moral perfection! It started at 6:00 AM, when I got up to shower and get ready. In order to practice silence, I used this time to appreciate the peaceful nature of my mornings. After this, I took the time to clean out my car, which was a sloppy mess before today. Although I did leave my room just as dirty as it was before, I plan on tidying that up tomorrow. This gave me a chance to work on my cleanliness. I then went to school, where I took the time to write each of my homework assignments down in my planner, giving me a good organized way to remember my schoolwork. After school, I went home to eat and relax before rehearsal at 7:30 PM. I used this time to practice appreciation for my food and my home. A couch, a blanket, and a TV is a combination to be thankful for any day of the year. This also gave me the opportunity to practice being blissful, and to forget the daily stresses of my life. This was a time for me to relax and unwind, and it did not go to waste.
4 thoughts on “Day 1 of Moral Improvement”
I love that you took time to appreciate the peaceful nature in the mornings! I as well worked on my cleanliness, and cleaned my car out. I think it is a great idea to write in your planner too, I have found it has helped me out quite a bit. Keep it going!- Avery Kim 🙂
I really enjoyed reading your update. I like the way that you wrote this as an account of what went on in your day with regard to your virtues, and you even gave specific times for everything. I am glad to see that you are making good progress on your virtues.
Great work Fritz! I am also working on cleanliness and keeping up with staying tidy. I also started by cleaning out my car first. I wish you the best and am looking forward to seeing your accomplishments at the end of this!
I loved that you focused on your morning and used that to establish a good rhythm for the rest of your day! It was also great that you took the time to relax and be thankful that you had that time. It so important to find a way to destress after a long day. You are doing great!