A place to share the great experiences that have happened as a direct result of Positive Thinking. Also quotes and inspiring stories to encourage others. Need a boost? This is the place to get it! All positive thinkers are welcome!
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  • This from Great Day

    Build a future
    The more you take action, the more good things you'll have coming your way. You'll come across more and better opportunities, learn more things, and become more skilled at getting the results you want.

    Yes, you're going to make mistakes, and you'll regularly need to adjust your approach. But that's no reason to avoid action.

    In fact, that's a good reason to get started as soon as possible. If you're going to make mistakes, it's better to get out there, get the mistakes over with, and learn from them.

    Don't sit around wondering and worrying about what might happen. Use your own actions and your own energy to determine what will happen.

    Don't sit around building a list of complaints and regrets. Instead, take real, focused action and build a positive, fulfilling future for yourself.

    Figure out what you want to create, where you want to go, what you want to experience, and who you want to become. Then get yourself in action and keep moving in the direction you've chosen.

    -- Ralph Marston
    The Daily Motivator - Something you can love
    This is the moment you have, this is the moment you are living. To find the very best in it give your very best to it, with love leading the way.
  • A worthwhile read sent to me by a friend. (I too am happy to hear of your good health Susan. Take care of yourself!)

    While driving home one day, I noticed that someone
    had posted some cardboard signs along the roadside,
    leading guests to a party on my street.
    I live out in the country where there are no city blocks,
    with many curving roads and irregular intersections.

    I saw that the person who had posted the signs,
    placed them at the crucial intersections.
    At every important choice point, there was a sign.
    I drove for long stretches past numerous smaller intersections,
    where there were no posters.
    Then, when I again reached a crucial intersection,
    there was another clear marker.

    It occurred to me that this is how Spirit gives us guidance --
    we get signs when we need them.
    Whenever you arrive at a critical choice point,
    information shows up to help you decide.
    If you are not getting a sign,
    you are probably not at a crucial intersection.
    That’s the time to just keep going and enjoy the ride.
    When you are ready to know, you will.
    If you don’t know, it is not time yet.
    In the meantime, just breathe, trust,
    and find the blessing where you are.

    ~ Alan Cohen
  • Susan,

    Very excited and happy to hear you are now cancer free! Thankful for a wonderful life and all of the fantastic people here!
  • Every day brings new and better things to be very grateful for . Just good health and wealth are a few .Always be thankful and grateful . it will help you in the short and long run
  • Gratitude is a feeling of appreciation and thankfulness for the people in our lives, and for blessings or benefits we have received. As we cultivate a grateful attitude, we are more likely to be happy and spiritually strong. We should regularly express our gratitude to God for the blessings He gives us and to others for the kind acts they do for us.

    It is true that the more you express your gratitude, the happier you will be! Give it a try during this time leading up to Thanksgiving.

    Love you guys! Keep it comin'!!

  • it is good to give thanks, it is awesome to see the blessing of my friends. I am thankful for my husband, my friends and opportunity's to do more.
  • This year I had cancer and I am thankful for the medical treatment that I received and grateful for the unmerited grace given to me before, during and after the surgeries. I have been declared cancer-free!
  • Penny,
    You and Les are truly blessed.
  • DAY 2 of my week of Thanksgiving. Today I am especially thankful for my amazing husband, Les. We met the first day of high school (way back in the 60's) and have been in love ever since. He is the love of my life and what a wonderful life it has been. Thank you, Father, for the blessing of an exceptional husband and incredible daddy to our kids!
    Keep 'em coming folks! What are you grateful for in YOUR life?


  • Thanks Penny!

    A couple of quotes from my readings today:

    "Among the great ironies of life is that just when our gratitude is at its lowest, we are required to give thanks. And just when we feel the least charitable, we are required to wrap and distribute presents. Too often Thanksgiving feels less like we're "giving" thanks, and more like we're "paying" it when we didn't have it to begin with. And Christmas sometimes feels less like giving joyfully and more like culturally required debt enhancement. ...
    "When my feet hurt, the walk is ruined. When a button pops off, I'm unhappy with the shirt I've worn continuously for five years. When the Thanksgiving turkey is dry, it's hard to remember to give thanks. This is, perhaps, the best reason to say grace before the meal, not after." - Rich Tatum

    As it is said in Spanish, ¡un fuerte abrazo! (A big hug... to each of of you!)
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