At the End of the Day: A Mirror of Questions

At the End of the Day: A Mirror of Questions

Using John O’Donohue’s version of The Daily Examen, At the End of the Day: A Mirror of Questions, is a helpful framework for discerning what life-creating forces remain in our lives and which may need to be released.

Where did my eyes linger today?

Where was I blind?

Where was I hurt without anyone noticing?

What did I learn today?

What did I read?

What new thoughts visited me?

What differences did I notice in those closest to me? Whom did I neglect?

Where did I neglect myself?

What did I begin today that might endure?

How were my conversations?

What did I do today for the poor and the excluded?

Did I remember the dead today?

Where could I have exposed myself to the risk of something different?

Where did I allow myself to receive love?

With whom today did I feel the most myself?

What reached me today? How deep did it imprint?

Who saw me today?

What visitations had I from the past and from the future?

What did I avoid today?

From the evidence, why was I given this day?

(Source: Rewilding Wheel Workbook by Mary A. DeJong, M.A.)


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