Today I forgot that I liked my job.
I forgot that the majority of people are doing the best they can, and it's not worth worrying about the rest.
I forgot that doing things well is not a burden.
I forgot that everything is an opportunity for spiritual practice, whether I recognize it or not.
I forgot that nasty people are secret bodhisattvas.*
I forgot that I'm helping people in their spiritual path through the mundane tasks I'm doing, and that makes them sacred.
I forgot that ultimately it doesn't matter if people know I'm right.
I forgot that it doesn't matter if I'm right at all.
I forgot to give people grace.
I forgot to give myself grace.
I will try again tomorrow.
*Read books by Geri Larkin for more.