Let’s Talk Positivity
Happy Friday everyone!
Lately I have been ridiculed for being too positive of a person. I really cannot comprehend how having a positive attitude can be seen as a character flaw. I personally, do not understand how living life like a sour pickle is enjoyable. I grew up with parents who were positive. To this day whenever I am in a foul mood, and I speak with my mother she always makes sure that we find something positive and ways to fix the issue. She refuses to allow me to get sucked into negativity. Two reasons for this are because “Life and Death is in the Power of the Tongue, and she does not want anybody else crowding her space with negativity.
I have really come to terms with the not allowing anybody else to crowd my space. I have found that talking to people who have a negative perception about everything is draining to my spirit. I know that we all go through things as human beings, but at what point do you actually take accountability in the role that you played in the situation? Also when are you going to stop wallowing in the mud, and get up and find a way to solve things. Misery loves company, and I am not trying to entertain that heffa. It saddens me, and I have noticed that people like the pity party that they have written for themselves. They are so consumed with negativity, gossip, and bashing people that they honestly believe it is a way of life, and anybody who is not living that way is abnormal. I am really over it.
Positive affirmations are good for the soul. We already live in a chaotic world. Why allow that chaos to consume you, and your inner peace? At a certain point one needs to access what is happening to them. I am at a point in my life that I am constantly making changes. I can honestly say that I am going through a metamorphosis. Change is a good thing. We can’t live life without it. I say all of this because life is not promised to us, and it is a blessing when we wake up in the morning. Do not allow yourself or others to get you stuck in a rut of negativity. The negativity that you harbor can turn into bitterness. I would rather be known for being positive then for being a person that acts like Oscar the Grouch, and Eyore. Find your happiness!
I will not let anyone walk through my mind with their dirty feet.” – Mahatma Gandhi