There’s too much negativity in this world. It’s made us sick.
I only have one issue with what Prince EA says:
We can’t rely on government. We can’t rely on schools.
We need to solve our own problems.
We need to be positive as individuals.
I’m not saying we should ignore anything negative. Ignoring problems doesn’t make them go away.
But we should focus on what’s positive. What’s good. What we can do to help.
Take care of yourself.
Do what you can for others.
Encourage them to do the same.
Make your world a better place.
A few months ago
changed hands. The Daily Positive
The new owner seemed a little hippy-dippy, but I liked most of the things she wrote.
I started getting email updates more frequently and reading more articles.
On the site there was a link to a free audio download.
400+ Powerfully Positive Affirmations Audio. On the page there was a challenge. Listen to the audio every day for 30 days. See if you feel more positive.
My first experience with affirmations came after I broke up with
my first fiancée.
A lady I worked said I should try something. Look at myself in the mirror. Tell myself, “I’m a good person who loves my self and deserves to be happy.” She said I should do this ten times every morning.
It felt ridiculous. I did it anyway.
I think it worked. I felt better about myself than I had in a long time.
I was skeptical, but I downloaded the audio.
I tried it for a month.
I think it helped.
It certainly didn’t hurt.
Does the music you listen to make you feel good?
There’s nothing wrong with listening to sad music when you feel sad. It can help you feel better.
Do you listen to sad songs all the time. Do you feel sad most of the time? Trying changing it up.
Say you listen to a lot of angry music. There’s a good chance you feel angry most of the time. You might want to try something new.
If what you listen to encourages negative behavior, it might be a good idea not to listen to it.
There’s nothing wrong with having negative emotions. We all have them. But if you feel that way all the time there’s a problem.
Try listening to things that make you feel happy. Songs about fun times. Happy times. Love songs. Even something spiritual.
I have a
feel-good playlist on YouTube. Feel free to listen to it. Or you can make your own.
Try listening to happier music.
It will help you feel happier.
One of the problems I have with social media is that most people only show the good part of their lives.
I’m all for positivity.
But surely not everything in your life is wonderful.
Surely you have bad days.
I want to know who my friends really are. Good and bad.
I haven’t been one to share much of anything.
I’m making up for that now. 😉