The good days are the ones that don’t come very often, but it’s the days where you may not necessarily feel everything is right with the world, but you don’t have a shadow of a doubt that everything will be ok in the end.
It’s those elusive days where you seem to have absolute clarity, and you know that you are doing the thing that you are supposed to be doing. If you believed in destiny, that’s what you know you are following right now. There’s not a single thing happening, both good and bad, that shouldn’t be happening. You understand why the struggle exists, because the upside is that much better for it.
It’s those few days where you get to take a breather, and you know that you haven’t gotten to where you want to go, but you know that it’s these days, the journey days, make it that much more wonderful. And sometimes, these journey days are just as good (if not better) than the accomplishment days
The funny thing about accomplishment is that as soon as you finish something, or you get something done, you immediately think of what you need to do next. You don’t give yourself enough time to even celebrate, your mind is already jumping to the 50 things you have to do now that you’ve achieved this “success”
So really, success is a fictitious term.
Maybe the real meaning of success is learning to be happy with today, whatever that today is.