The Truth About Positivity

“whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely” etc…
Plz do remember I am not a Christian, I don’t believe in any Religion, hence I support! People are happy, it’s cool to me, If they are not happy, something must be wrong… “whatever is true” “think about such things” Sure I like to think and even dream about it… But… In according with others Lord JC should be back soon… no-one have seen Him unto now, May (may not) He came back a lot’s of time’s, (could be) but no one “identify (someone or something) from having encountered them before; know again.” Him… (one word is missing: “recognized”) … repeat again, John 1:1…

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Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. (Philippians 4:8)

This post is a continuation of yesterday’s post. There are a lot of misconceptions about positive thinking. People assume that positive thinking fanatics prance around blowing happy bubbles that will solve every problem. The truth is positivity has to travel through darkness to reach happiness. I started training myself to think positive three and a half years ago. With each trial I face I am able to find happiness in the storm a little faster than the trial before. Some days I think a million positive thoughts but can’t manage a smile. All I know is meditating on anything excellent or praiseworthy has always brought a bit of luck into my life. Thinking of such things motivates me…

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About Abeltje Quintijn

Dear Readers, fan's, lovers, etc... Strange path of my live... Wanna be me, it has to be me, I am wanna be... If you undertand what I am talking about... Don't foget it's not 'The Ego', the false self, it's real me. Good luck all my brother, sisters, etc... Keep this planet as long as possible alive. Thanking you all. Loving you
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