For most of us, our lives change when we make some changes. Waiting for others to change never works. And the place to begin may just be to adopt "An Attitude of Optimism" -- just a little at a time.
I have never met anyone who, as a younster, had purposed in his or her mind to grow up feeling like a miserable failure, unhappy, no enthusism, with no sense of joy or being loved and appreciated. Wow ... I see this on the faces of countless people every day. Are these things permanent? Is there any hope of changing dispositions toward life? Oh yes, I say.
Many people are slipping toward years of unhappiness with little awareness of what is happening. Today, I will be finishing this part of a larger emphasis entitled, "The Integrity Gap" -- namely, we are living lives that are less than what we want. This is the result of a gap between who we think we are and who we are in reality. In this first part category, "An Attitude of Optimism" we find a key ingredient to seeing life differently.
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