Have you ever noticed that most the time people write about the "day of" whatever is going on but they hardly ever write about the "day after"? For example, we just had a terror attack in Belgium and all the stories have been about the "day of" the attack. There have been very few about the "day after". I find though that the "day after" is just as important as the "day of". The day after is what determines the rest of your actions. It is the day you make decisions. It is a vital and important day. Of course it is not as important or interesting, but you should not ignore it or minimize it. You should use it to propel you into action. You should use it to find direction. You should use it clean up, make up, and to do whatever else needs to be done to move on.
What do you think?