Tag: positive thinking

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A simple but powerful formula of being happy is “Gratitude should be attitude!” I recently discussed in previous post about that ‘someday‘ which we all wait for, for almost our entire life. Similarly, we also wait to express our gratitude. We may wait for that ‘someday’ to come and then express gratitude towards it. Whatever…

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Why I love my letting go quotes collection? They are great insight letting life flow, letting go of the judgment of everything and relaxing in knowing it’s all for the experience. Fabulous, the best way to live life. Past hurts and old injustices have a way of keeping us stuck in our tracks, unable to move…

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Everyone’s heard this self-help platitude: We need to love ourselves before we can love anyone else. This may sound wise, but it misses a great truth; if we want to experience true intimacy, we need to be taught to love aspects of ourselves–again and again–by the people around us. Charlie Chaplin is best known today…

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After struggling with self-esteem issues, Abbe Dembowitz came up with an idea to turn negative thoughts into positive affirmations through simple, inspiring photographs. The Turn It Around Project is to provide a simplistic approach to a complicated problem: turn it around. In providing positive affirmations for negative thoughts through photographic expression, individuals will be able to gain a…

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Good Thoughts, Abundance and Prosperity Affirmations will help you develop prosperity consciousness, which is necessary to become prosperous. You can never create prosperity by talking or thinking with negativity. This is wasted thinking and cannot bring you abundance. Dwelling on lack only creates more lack. But gratitude thinking brings abundance. I would like to remind that,…

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If you believe the phrase you are what you think, then life truly stems from your thoughts. But we cannot rely purely on thoughts; we must translate thoughts into words and eventually into actions in order to manifest our intentions. This means we have to be very careful with our words, choosing to speak only…

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grabbed from Freeimages.com I haven’t always been grateful. I used to be a shallow carefree person who was only interested in getting what I didn’t have; I had taken for granted what I already had. Sure, I would pray every night before I sleep and say thanks for all the blessings but I didn’t really know deep in my heart what…

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It’s the holiday season and you receive a notice from your employer that you have until the end of December before you no longer have a job; yes, you are being laid off. What do you do next? Shock hits and then stress settles in, those are natural responses because lay offs from work are…

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I think we all under estimate the power of our words. The amazing feeling that rushes through our veins when we receive a compliment from a loved one, friend or even a complete stranger. I think we should all make more of a conscious effort to encourage positive thinking within others, all it takes is one sentence…

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Race walking. I had never heard of it before I turned on the Olympics this morning, only to be stunned at the image of swinging hips and locked knees and competitors flying forward with only the smallest of steps. In the strictest sense, these athletes may be the epitome of “walking the walk” – and they win medals for doing so.

But, as I’ve spent the last two weeks exploring my new home in Colorado Springs, I’ve carved a different definition of walking the walk.