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Thinking Positive



Stress is always there and everyone has it. I know you are stressed out, because that is how life is. It is always like that. It seems so intense when you are going through something stressful. Later when you look back, you will marvel at how you survived. Stay strong. Allah is always with you.

May your days be sunny, your nights restful, and your heart satisfied with the blessings that Allah has given you. Think Positive.


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Teach a “Think Positive” Policy

One of the characteristics of a person who feels inferior is that he talks about his deficiencies to anyone who will listen.
While you are blabbing about your inadequacies, the listener is forming an impression of you. He will later treat you according to the evidence you have provided. If you put your feelings into words, they become solidified as fact in your own mind.

Therefore, we should teach a “think positive” policy to our children. Constant self-criticism can become a self-defeating habit.


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On 4/3/2017 at 9:34 PM, Hameedeh said:

I warned you that I am a minimalist. I think a lot, but I write less. :) 

To express this in another way, if you don't have a lot of stuff to take care of you save both money and time and worry.

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