Do you have trouble seeing the good in everything? Are you more likely to see the bad and focus on that instead?
Too many people today seem to be obsessed with seeing and talking about negative things all the time. The news media spreads fear and tragedies. At the first sign of anything considered unsafe, the word spreads like dust in the air and we don’t see the sun anymore. But the sun is always beyond the clouds!
The Good News
When in history didn’t these things happen? We always have crossed over these moments in the evolution of humanity. This is the good news!
I am not suggesting that we ignore the news; but that we take it with a grain of salt beside the pepper, so to speak. I only suggest that you select useful and healthy news and make sound choices based on the ever presence of good in every situation.
Despite what anyone says, I’m here to tell you and to continue to cultivate the truth that everywhere and in everyone: There is always the presence of Good. Yes, there is Good with a capital G!
How am I so sure of this? Well, for starters, my life began in a way that most people would consider tragic and without future – not just bad, but tragic.
When I was a child, I didn’t know anything other than my life. Despite what people were saying about me, I didn’t feel inside the way they were trying to define me. Then, I made a choice – a conscious and deliberate choice to NOT BE A VICTIM! And I didn’t allow anyone to call me a victim in my presence. What they did behind my back was their choice.
I overcame my moments enjoying my freedom with smiles and bright colors. I have been and always will be a cheerful, optimistic person who sees also the Good in every situation. And if I don’t see it right away, I’ll keep looking until the Good reveals itself.
If you are ready to recognize the Good instead of focusing on the unhealthy ideas that other people cultivate, reach out to me. I will teach you how to let the Good permeate and grow in every square inch of your life! This way, you will win the freedom that you dream about.
First published on March 23, 2020