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I know it may seem like a contradiction, but I try my best to get up each morning with the intention of living a life of positivity.
What’s positive about it? Well, when I was a kid, my dad would always come in from his day job and say, “good morning” to me. I can understand why he would want me to have a positive outlook on life, and I am a big believer that if you think positively, you’re going to think positive thoughts and feel positive emotions.
The only thing that I have been able to consistently do for the betterment of my own life is to make myself a better person. I think I started this process in 2012 when I joined the Church of Scientology. I was never a Scientologist, but I found my way to the Church because I wanted to be a better person, be more responsible, do better things. I also wanted someone to look up to that would encourage me and help me out, and this is where I began.
The quote above is part of an essay I wrote three years ago. I didn’t really mean for it to be a personal piece about my own life, although it does reference many of my own experiences and thoughts. I was merely trying to describe the process that led me to the positive thinker that I am. My own personal journey has been a mixed bag.
It’s difficult to get a positive outlook on things when you’re not feeling positive about them. You have to take that into account in your daily life. When you do, you will find that the more positive you feel, the more positive things happen for you.
The title of the piece, Positive Focus on Yourself, is a little misleading. I can’t help but think that it might have been better to say, “Positive Focus on Myself,” or maybe even just “Positive Focus on Anything,” because it sounds more like a list of all the things in life that we focus on. The problem is too much of a list can be hard to remember and keep track of.
I think the idea of Positive Focus on Yourself is a good one, but for the most part, it only applies to the things that matter to us, like our health, weight, finances, relationships, and our own needs. It doesn’t apply to the random things that pop into our heads, such as, “I’m not really the person I need to be right now.
The problem is that the things we focus on are often our own personal needs. If I spend all my time worrying about the things I think are important to me, then I might as well not have any. The only way to get out of it is to focus on the things that don’t matter to me.
The problem is that if we have a bad day, we tend to blame ourselves for being in a bad mood. It may seem like a small thing, but we tend to focus on our own negative feelings and feelings of self-pity, and it can cause us to take on the bad habits that are preventing us from getting ourselves out of the rut. As it turns out, this is one of the reasons why bad moods affect us so much.
In a study by psychologist Marjorie Garman, “positive emotions are contagious and affect the whole body. By the time you are in the same mood, you might as well be in the other person’s body.” So, if we take the negative emotions we get from our negative moods and spread them out to everyone with us, then it becomes a positive focus.