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Life is a privilege

The universe has an approach to implementing things on us, regardless of whether we like it. Now and again, the outcomes are charming and at different times, they're not. There is no passing or status when the universe releases its beams toward us positive or negative and we won't see it coming. Life has in-store acknowledgment for every one of us, charming and horrendous. We people can detect and anticipate occasions through life's headings. In this way, while we will most likely be unable to control all that happens to us, we can be ready for it. Who knows, perhaps the universe is attempting to let us know something!

There's no denying that positive thinking can benefit our lives in several ways. Trust and positive thinking help us to stay motivated, overcome challenges, and achieve our goals.

But what exactly is positive thinking? And how can we make sure that we're doing it effectively?

Positive thinking is the act of thinking optimistically about our lives and prospects. It means focusing on the good things that are happening, rather than dwelling on the negative. Of course, it's not always easy to think positively all the time. But there are some things we can do to help us get started:

Identify your negative thought patterns: Pay attention to the kinds of thoughts that tend to run through your head regularly. Are you always worrying about what could go wrong? Do you find yourself comparison shopping, always looking for the best deal? Once you're aware of your negative thought patterns, you can start to work on changing them.

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Choose your words carefully: The words we use to describe our lives and experiences can have a big impact on how we feel about them. So instead of saying that you "failed" at something, try reframing it as a "learning opportunity." And instead of describing a situation as "unfair," try thinking of it as a "challenge."

Focus on the positive: Make an effort to focus on the good things in your life, however small they may seem. At the end of each day, take a few minutes to write down three things that went well, no matter how trivial they may seem.

Practice gratitude: One of the best ways to nurture positive thinking is to cultivate an attitude of gratitude. Make it a point to thank people and the countries who have helped you and express your appreciation for the good things in your life.

Be patient: Changing the way you think doesn't happen overnight. It takes time and practice to break old habits and develop new, more positive ones. So be patient with yourself and listen to the universe.

Life is a privilege. We are not entitled to it, but we are lucky to have it. We get to experience life visually, emotionally, physically, and mentally. Each day is a gift. Let us be grateful for what we have been given and make the most of it. Life is precious and should be lived to the fullest. Carpe diem!


© 2022 Dexter Sivanathan

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