I have days which seem wildly successful and that days that I think I should not have gotten out of bed.
Each day brings us different situations. These may include an illness, a busy day, fighting children, happy children, vacation, money issues, car trouble, etc. The list can go on and on. Some days we act better then other. Some days we are more frustrated then others. Some days we are disappointed with what we accomplished or how we acted. And on other days we happy and joyful about our experience.
Recently, after a difficult week, I listened to the talk, “The True, Pure, and Simple Gospel of Jesus Christ.” President M. Russell Ballard repeated a conversation he had with one of his children who asked,
“Dad, I wonder if I will ever be able to make it.”
Don’t we all wonder that at times?
President Ballard responded,
“All Heavenly Father asks of us is to do the very best we can each day.”
I learned that my best is going to be different on different days!
Some days are easier for everyone in my family to be happy and treat each other well. Then there are the days when everything is a struggle, and my best is to feed them and let them entertain themselves.
Often I compare my easy days to my harder days, when in truth my best is different on each of those days.
How do you evaluate if you did your best today?