One Day at a Time

Dramatic events and life-changing situations that happen create in everyone a sense of humility.

After Hurricane Katrina – after the tsunami in Thailand – after the implosion of Enron – after the World Trade Center collapse – after the Gulf War –

Indeed, when these cataclysmic events take place, you begin to have a sense of mortality. You recognize that life is relatively short and we are to make the most of what you do have.

The tremendous force of tragic events certainly brings lives into perspective. And so, many people comment: “I’m just taking it one day at a time,” or “living one day at a time” or “counting my blessings day by day.”

Here’s an alternative thought…
Why wait for the tragedies of life to bring you into balance and appreciation?


  • Choose to live one day at a time any time.
  • Choose to make the most of every day.
  • Choose to live every moment to the fullest.
  • Choose to count your blessings every day.
  • Choose to accept all challenges that help you learn and grow.
  • Choose to enhance relationships daily, both at work and home.
  • Choose to appreciate people who irritate you because they are your greatest teachers.
  • Choose to live a life, one day at a time, and be grateful every day for the gifts you are given…

About the Author Lillian Zarzar

I specialize in assisting you with your personal transformation in clearing the charges and blockages that prevent you from articulating your message effectively. Through the Demartini Method you obtain greater clarity, vitality, certainty and poise. Your confidence increases and your presence becomes more powerful.

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