We spend a lot of time and energy trying to figure out what is wrong with us. That kind of inquiry should be balanced with asking ourselves what’s right with us. If you think that nothing is right with you, then you especially need to practice looking. We all do an incredible number of things exceptionally well. We adeptly handle complex electronics, negotiate social relationships, sustain our basic needs and help each other in the process. We love and are loved.
Each one of us has particular areas of interest. We are naturally skilled at exploring those interests. When we align with what is right with us, we find satisfaction in what we do. If we are not finding satisfaction, we may think that there is something wrong with us. What maybe wrong is not knowing what is right.
To look into what is right with you, notice your posture, take in a deep breath and center yourself in the present moment. Ask yourself what is right in your immediate surroundings. Look for beauty. Think of people that you love. Think of kind things you have done. Think of kind things that have been done for you. When you take time to remember and experience what is right with you, you will discover a refreshing sense of peace. That peace is right with you, wherever you are.