The final word – positive

pos·i·tive (adjective): consisting in or characterized by the presence or possession of features or qualities rather than their absence.
(noun): a photographic image showing lights and shades or colors true to the original, especially one printed from a negative.
When two atoms combine chemically, the positive electricity in one neutralizes the negative electricity in the other.

“…There are millions of us who blog and if ever there was a time for us to play a role in positivity it is now. This is not naivete. As individuals we may feel that what we write on our blogs or social media does not make a difference. But when we write, support and share the good news stories it does make a massive difference. The same applies to our actions offline and one of the most positive actions we can take is to give time and effort to promoting good people and their efforts…” An excerpt from Smorgasbord Weekly.

“It is better to light a single candle than to curse the darkness.” No matter who said it first, it’s good advice. Priti C calls this light the “bulb of positivity.” I like that image, because it also reminds me of the tulips underground waiting to bloom.

Blogger Amy N says “it can be easy to forget that hundreds of amazing things happen every single day…”

In two of my recent posts, I tried to show the effects of a different point of view. In one, I imagine hanging from the top of a cliff, and then reversing the image so that I’m standing safely at the bottom. In Revolve, I think about turning over a new leaf every morning.

There is no need to point out the darkness – everyone knows it is there. Let’s  reverse our view, using our light to keep each other from tripping!  Make sparks!


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