Days—they come and go. There are times in life when we get into a rut with our daily-mundane routines that our existence seems to have no value. Each new day seems no different from the one before. We appear to be “zombies” who are unaware of our surroundings.

It doesn’t have to be that way…

If you find yourself in this type of humdrum existence, I challenge you to embrace an opportunity that will not only change your life, but will enhance each day for others around you. Do as many as you can each day and your rut in life will be a thing of the past. You will feel alive, and at the same time, you will brighten the day for others.


Each day gives you opportunities to do these simple things…

… be the reason someone smiles.

… tell someone you love them.

… smile at a total stranger.

… say a prayer for someone.

… help someone in need.

… give someone a moment of your time

… listen to someone who needs to talk.

… rest so you can do it again tomorrow.

The question is, will you? I hope you will.

Enjoy EACH DAY and bless you as you take the challenge. You will not regret your decision to be a light unto others and it won’t cost you a thing.

Tom Tatum – Author – 2018

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One response to “EACH DAY CHALLENGE

  1. If we live a life pleasing unto the LORD we will automatically find ourselves involved in people places and things that are different from the day before today. I feel that we need to be watching for opportunities to meet people and speak with people. It is too easy to nod a head and keep on moving- and perhaps the vast majority of folks want you to do that. If I listen to people talking there is almost always a window of opportunity to share some good thing with them. To me this is the challenge- to always seek and find one more person with whom I can share my joy!

    And yes, there are those who do not reciprocate with appreciation- that for me is a learning experience. Can I take rejection with a smile? Can I alter the bad day someone else is having?

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