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Menorise; Saturday Sayings



"You cannot have a positive life and a negative mind."
(Joyce Meyer) 

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  1. Hi Yam - so so true ... thank you ... enjoy the weekend - Hilary

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  2. Is true of course, but is it a question of chicken or egg? Formative years or genetics? Where does the positvity start for those naturally blessed? (Or ARE they NATURALLY blessed?) Unlike magnetism, likes attract; positive lives keep collecting positive experiences - or is that simply how positive people categorize any experience? Chicken or egg?

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    1. Hari OM
      Ah well, Mr T, there you take the concept to a different level. As you see from my response to Sandra, this is a night and day situation; positive/negative, night/day. They cannot coexist, one has to move aside for the other.

      As for having a personality that is predominantly favoured with positivity (or negativity)... that's a big field and there are many factors. Many studies from psychiatric to psychological to sociological and anthropological has taken place over many years. Still the 'sciences' debate. Which kinda leaves one considering and perhaps accepting that we bring into life a particular stance - but I remain convinced that, given the opportunities, we can all make life better for ourselves and work to the positives... H&W Y-a xxx

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  3. Oh that is 187% true
    Hugs cecilia

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  4. Not always true because I have a very negative mind and always look on the Murphy's Law side of things and I do have a happy and positive life

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    1. Hari OM
      Then I put it to you that your mind is not at all negative, if you believe life is positive for you. Perhaps the opinions and outlook take a negative turn, but the saying remains true. It's like night and day. One cannot coexist with the other. They have to take turns! Yxx

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  5. On first look, that's very oxymoronic!
    I know a person, who is habituated to always finding faults in others.
    Very negative, but he thinks that's a very positive way of looking at everything!
    I haven't been able to understand his logic.
    But I know he is always very stressed out.
    And he does admit to being stressed out.

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