“I try to practice positive thinking by treating people fairly and recognizing the goodness in everyone, even though they may be upset at the time. This too shall pass, there’s nothing here to stay.”
By Rev. Austin H. Armitstead With DDW
This week’s question: How do you try to practice positive thinking in daily livingt?
“I don’t have a problem being optimistic in life. Every morning I thank God for being alive. I try to find if there’s something I can do for my neighbor. I feel relieved when I can help.”
“I try to see the best side of any problem, being as positive as possible. I try to make the world a little more pleasant each day.”
“Throughout my life I have tried to maintain a positive and optimistic attitude with my career, my family, my friends and my faith. I feel there is no other way.”
“On a daily basis I face problems and I feel that patience helps all of us. In person to person relationships I give the person the benefit of the doubt. We still have problems, but accentuating the positive pays off because of the blue skies above..”
“I like to remind myself that God is in charge, no matter what. If I do well or badly, or am average, God is still in charge. It’s what He does through you and me that counts.”