By Aileen Grey
It is common knowledge that there are two different types of people in this world. There are those who like to think the best of any given situation, namely the optimists. Then there are those who always find the worst out of every situation, namely the pessimists. It is entirely our own choice as to which person we are.
It all depends on the situation you find yourself in as to which of these traits you take up. Sometimes you just know that things are going to turn out right. Other times it may be a different story. There is a quote that I keep in mind that helps me sometimes.
Always assume that things will turn out for the best until it is proven not too!
There is a belief that if you always channel your energies to believe that thing will turn out badly, inevitably these beliefs will hold true. In other words think bad thoughts and bad thought will happen.
There is a premise that we tend to end up with whatever we spend our energies on. If this is true then why would we spend all our time focusing on negative things? We would be far better off thinking of positive thoughts instead.
I am no Polly Anna that always believes that everything in life is always going to turn out roses. Unfortunately there are going to be times when things go against you. There is not a lot you can do about it. It is just part and parcel of life.
Thinking negative thought certainly takes us to places where we certainly do not want to be. Just try to knuckle down and ride the storm of negativity and things may just turn around for you.
There is no point whatsoever in fretting about things that might not even happen in the first place. Try to remain positive and you will be much closer to achieving the things that you want to in life.
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