Daily Dose for the Soul

All of these attitudes emerge from your own assessment of your personal interactions with life. If your thoughts reflect a pessimistic view of the world, then that’s actually how you feel about yourself. If your thoughts reflect an optimistic view of the world, then that’s how you feel about your life. Whatever attitude you may have about the world in general if a good indicator of the respect you have for your abilities to intend into this world you desire. Pessimism strongly suggests that you don’t subscribe to the idea that you can access the power of intention to help you create your own blissful reality.

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There are always two ways to look at the condition of our world. We can see the hate, prejudice, mistreatment, starvation, poverty, and crime and conclude that this a horrible world. We can feed this baking wolf and see more and more of what we despise. But this will only fill us with the same things that we find so malignant. Or we can look at the world from a position of self love and self respect, and see the improvements that have been made in race relations in our lifetimes; the fall of so many dictatorships, lower crime rates, the dismantling of the atrocious apartheid systems, the elevated consciousness of the environmental movement, and the desire on the part of so many to rid our world of nuclear weapons and instruments of mass destruction. We can remind ourselves that for every act of evil in the world, there are a million acts of kindness, and we can then feed the second wolf that barks from a position of hope for humanity. If you see yourself as a divine creation, you’ll look for this in your worldview, and the gloom and doom naysayers will have no impact on you and your self respect.

Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.

23 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      Thank you for the reblog

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    1. GS says:

      The world is a reflection of our inner selves.

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  1. Ryn says:

    Interesting

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    1. GS says:

      Is your glass half-empty or half-full? How you answer this age-old question about positive thinking may reflect your outlook on life, your attitude toward yourself, and whether you’re optimistic or pessimistic — and it may even affect your health.

      Indeed, some studies show that personality traits such as optimism and pessimism can affect many areas of your health and well-being. The positive thinking that usually comes with optimism is a key part of effective stress management. And effective stress management is associated with many health benefits. If you tend to be pessimistic, don’t despair — you can learn positive thinking skills.

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  2. Well… Act of kindness

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    1. GS says:

      A random act of kindness is something that one does without a second thought. You simply do one irregular task for another human being, and it makes their day brighter.

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      1. I just love your blog

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      2. GS says:

        Thank you ☺️

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  3. Nice thoughts. Can we control the way we think? I rather wonder about that.

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    1. GS says:

      We are aware of a tiny fraction of the thinking that goes on in our minds, and we can control only a tiny part of our conscious thoughts. The vast majority of our thinking efforts goes on subconsciously. Only one or two of these thoughts are likely to breach into consciousness at a time.

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      1. I think that must be right. Try as I might, my “control” over my thinking and my cognitive bias has always been slight.

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      2. GS says:

        Well done!!

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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    1. GS says:

      I am glad you liked the post Erin. It’s wonderful isn’t it

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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