What mood are you in today?
I feel like most of us have set the work mode lately. The thing is to be efficient and don’t procrastinate, isn’t it?
I dare say that you’re reading this post while enjoying a (deserved) break, in which case hopefully your reading will be rewarding.
Today, I was wondering what keeps me so positive about life in general. I came to the conclusion that this simple sentence I trust deeply in, resumes everything.
Let me explain.
You’ll agree with me that sometimes things happen (whether they’re positive or not) that don’t make sense, that are out of your control, or, worst of it, you can’t do anything about them. I’m sure you know what situations I’m refering to. How frustrating is it to be impotent about something?
The fact is that some things are meant to happen the way they do, whether you’re satisfied with them or not. However, when you can’t do anything to fix them, you still have the opportunity to change your perspetive; the way you see the situation. This has a lot to do with a positive mindset: it is proven that postitive thinking attracts positive facts in your life. On the contrary, same thing happens with negative vibes. Make sure which one is better on long-term for you.
Actually, one of the easiest ways to implement positive thinking (thus changing your perspective), is letting things go. I mean, when you feel insecure about something, trust that the reasons why that happened will show up at the right moment. When you’re concerned, accept that everything will make much more sense later on. Don’t let those worries affect you anymore, because everything happens for a reason. You only need to breathe fresh air and watch how everything finally falls into place.
This doesn’t mean you souldn’t take action or try to fix things. This implies that when there’s nothing more you can do, let it go: it’s not your concern anymore. From there, all your problems will be simplified, your mind will clear up and you’ll have more place to think and act about what makes you happy instead.
Hopefully you can take a step back and look at your problems differently. Remember that everything happens on its own time, everything will be fine.