Tag: Outlook

HITTING ROCK BOTTOM
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HITTING ROCK BOTTOM

“Hitting rock bottom doesn’t mean you have to stay there.”  -Michelle Parsons Is there actually such a level as rock bottom? Or is it just an expression?  By definition, hitting rock bottom is losing everything possible to the extent that ascension of any kind is ostensibly impossible.

PLOWING THROUGH
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PLOWING THROUGH

If we believe tomorrow will better, we can bare a hardship today. -Thich Nhat Hanh If you’re a member of this site and have read some of my previous articles, you’ll notice several of them stressing on focusing on the bright side. You’ll also notice articles that stressing on displaying gratitude for the smaller things…

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Reflections

“Life is only a reflection of what we allow ourselves to see.” -Unknown Two years ago, I remember going through a horrendous experience when there was a tumor discovered in my liver. Not only did this put a strain in my finances but I also had to deal with other little nuisances like my hair…

Why Me?
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Why Me?

“When life puts you in tough situations, don’t say ‘Why me?’ Say ‘Try Me.’” -Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson It’s human nature to think you’re the only one in the world to have problems when encountering turbulent moments in life. During those given moments, it feels like the worst problem in the world. It’s important to…

Outlook Vs. Reality
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Outlook Vs. Reality

“Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” -Theodore Roosevelt I’ve always believed that our outlook on the occurrences in life, both good and bad, can determine our future in significant ways. If something bad happens and we learn from it, we can decrease the chances of it happening again. Many have argued otherwise, stating that…

Counting Your Blessings
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Counting Your Blessings

“When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around.” -Wille Nelson Yesterday, I talked about understanding the value of grief. Today, I thought I’d discuss giving the same prevalence to the good things in life. I don’t just mean major accomplishments, I mean the small, everyday occurrences in life that we otherwise, may…