The greatest pollution problem is not found in the atmosphere, water, or soil; but in the minds of 90% of the population, which are contaminated with negative thoughts and beliefs.
Adversity is inevitable. Staying positive is optional.
Most people ask ineffective questions of themselves, in their head, which trigger lame or negative thoughts and negatively affect their feelings, decisions and results.
Most of us are unaware of the words we use on a regular basis. We weren’t taught that the words we regularly use to describe our experiences and conditions in life impact and influence our emotional states.
God never said that you will live an average or unfulfilled life. You and the people who programmed your mind ‘assumed’ your worth, ability and deservingness. You have the same brains and ability like the most successful ones have. Only the circumstances are different and I can assure you that your circumstances are not the worst.
What are you addicted to: being thankful for your blessings or moaning about your problems?
Your mind can make the darkest day bright and the brightest day dark.
Either you must control your thoughts or the outside forces will control them and be warned that the outside forces usually consist of fears, worries and doubts.
It’s easy and natural to be thankful when your expectations are met. The real test of your faith is when things don’t go your way, or when you are in pain.
Running a marathon with a backpack is tough and may hinder you from winning the race. Don’t let the baggage from your past – heavy with fear, guilt, and anger – slow you down.