In life, we all have days that are just a little off. From waking up with a headache to spilling coffee on your shirt, these days can make it challenging to simply muster up a smile. Even when dealing with difficult situations at work or in your personal life, or feeling overwhelmed by the noise and chaos of the world around us, we can still offer up a flawed, imperfect “hallelujah”.
At its core, the word “hallelujah” is an exclamation of praise and thanksgiving to God. The lyric “Some days it’s not my best hallelujah” from my song “Better Hallelujah” reminds us that it’s okay to struggle sometimes. We don’t always have all the answers, but we can still find things to be thankful for and hold on to hope.
Ultimately, the message behind “Better Hallelujah” is one of resilience and perseverance. It’s a reminder that even when life is hard, we can choose to focus on the good and keep moving forward. So, the next time you’re having a tough day, remember that it’s okay to offer up a flawed and imperfect “hallelujah”. Who knows – maybe the act of praising in the midst of difficulty will be just the thing to turn your day around.