Turn your attention to your surroundings. Look around, listen, sniff. At the same time, allow the back of your mind to ruminate on what it means to do something right.
First off, you are the only one who truly knows why you do what you do, so you are the only qualified judge of how well you do them.
Sometimes, the very fact that you did something at all is evidence that you have done something right. You made an effort. You had a certain intention. You did what you did.
When we “do something right,” our life gets a little easier, a little smoother, a little better. Often that means we don’t even notice what we did and why it was a good thing for us. We do things like that all the time. (Continue…)