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The Herd

Getting old is not what throws us, it is the slow decline (to nearly zero)

Palm Beach Life 1932 magazine cover
At the other end of negativity is a category known as opulence (notice the magazine date)

 

Getting old is not what throws us, it is the slow decline (to nearly zero) in our investment to nourish and care for our positive attitude – against the never ending onslaught of negativity bombarding us in the news.

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Love In Your Heart

Is it abnormal to feel guilty for having an amazingly positive attitude?

Sentiments that support the law of attraction
Never get bored with the basics of focusing on the positive

 

Is it abnormal to feel guilty for having an amazingly positive attitude?

Just as courage is not the absence of fear, positivity is not the absence of difficulty.

Truly, if I dwelt on the conflict and challenges in my life as trouble instead of opportunity, I would crumble.

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Rethink

We are not judging you when this happens, we are wondering

an unheated enclosed porch on an old house
Waiting until winter to worry about the cold?

 

We are not judging you when this happens, we are wondering.

When we see others, or ourselves, living in negativity, the only real, clear question is, “Why?”

Why aren’t we doing all the things necessary to live in positivity?

And why surround ourselves with negativity?

Why?

There’s a short, pithy post about our “body” at the Next Blog

 

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Peace In Your Soul

Mid Life Rear View Mirror

Get A Grip & Be Prepared
Get A Grip & Be Prepared

Ever wonder how you’ll handle all of the challenges you face today?

And let’s suppose we actually do get a handle on our overwhelming challenges, then what?

What are the odds that we’ll be overwhelmed again soon?

Maybe I should go back to drinking everyday.  After a few drinks, we are medicated enough to stop worrying about today – it can wait until tomorrow.  That’s a nice relief – no more worry today.

But it mostly can’t wait.  If we do wait, more stuff is added to our “pile”.

Then we reach for our “midlife medication”.

Why we fail to look in the rear view mirror and see what is coming is beyond me.

Well, it used to be beyond me. Now, it’s staring me in the face. Every day.

It’s a ton of work, but at least I’m being honest with myself.

Talk about mid-life peace of mind.

Well, not talk. Do.