Live Your Life As An Exclamation, Not An Explanation

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Both enthusiasm and pessimism are infectious. How many of you are you distributing?

Words are powerful:

Your words reflect what you believe in your future. Just to understand what he feels, for the next twenty-four hours to refrain from any trouble about anyone, about anything. “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and lightning,” said Mark Twain.

A person who finds a negative rarely finds something else. Live your life as an exclamation, not an explanation. Children are born optimistic; then the world is slowly trying to educate them out of its “delusion”. The fact is that the more you complain, the less you will get.

Some people always feel bad in a situation. Do you know such people? I'm thinking about it; How many successful complainants do you know? Many great ideas were marred by the wrong words. Do not waste your life on the complaint counter.

A wise old woman was sitting on an oak,

The more he saw, the less he spoke;

The less he spoke, the more he heard;

Why don't we like this wise old bird?

(Edward H. Richards)

– John Mason, from his latest book, Dare To Be. GREAT FOR GRADUATES! (to further explore this book, go to http://www.freshword.com/Dare_to_Be)

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Source by John L. Mason

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