• Sun, Feb 1 2009

Carnival of Positive Thinking

Welcome to the carnival of positive thinking which I publish every Sunday to help widows and widowers face their grief, their depression and start moving forward with their lives without ever forgetting our loved ones. Hope these articles will help you x

Anna presents If you could live your live over…posted at The Engaging Brand

Karen S Murphy presents The Lesson of Perfection posted at Polaris Rising, saying, “I have a confession to make: I’m not perfect. For that matter, neither are you. I’m totally okay with your non-perfection, and in fact I see perfection in your non-perfection—the very humanness that makes you the unique and loving person that is YOU. But in me it’s another matter. I “should” be perfect….NOT!”

Andy presents Giving Back to Others posted at Personal Hack, saying, “Often we go through life in a very selfish state where all we want to do is take, take, take. Kind of like that game “the hungry hippos”. I had this thought the other day and questioned myself “would making more money, taking care of my health, or pursuing any other goal I had be worth while if I lived by myself on an island away from any other human being?””

Will Edwards presents Our Abilities posted at Life Lessons, saying, “Well, it’s officially over – Barak Obama is now the president of the United Sates. I don’t think I’ve ever followed a political event as closely as this one. I certainly wish Mr. Obama all the best and hope that he is able to accomplish all that he has said he would like to.”

Aparna presents Beauty and emotions – kinship between them posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming, saying, “Beauty isn’t skin-deep. This saying is true as far as our health and looks are concerned. Emotions rule our life and have a powerful effect on our health. There are two types of emotions viz. positive and negative. Positive emotions enhance the beauty of the face, whereas pessimistic ones lessen it. Some facts about positive emotions:”

Burak Bilgin presents Write Your Personal History posted at Distiller’s Corner, saying, “As humans, we forget things, and events repeat themselves. Remembering and drawing conclusions from your history will help you being more prepared for your future. It will make your life more meaningful and valuable.”

GP presents Let Not Your Heart be Troubled « Manely Montana posted at Manely Montana, saying, “Let not your heart be troubled”

Broderick Allen presents Life is Short? posted at Broderick Allen – Personal Growth and Enjoying Life’s Journey.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Things More Valuable Than Riches posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “I wrote this piece on Thanksgiving a couple of years ago, but I thought the message is still fresh and significant. I would like to share this with you and your readers. Thank you!”

Ralph Jean-Paul presents How To Make Important Decisions Quickly posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, “Quick decision making is critical in just about every aspect of life. Learn why it is sometimes difficult to make decisions and how to improve your decision making skills.”

Chris Edgar presents 4 Lessons Babies Can Teach Us About Productivity posted at Purpose Power Coaching, saying, “When we see a baby exploring or playing, our attention is usually on how adorable they are. What we don’t often notice is how much we can learn from watching babies’ behavior, particularly when it comes to getting work done. I think babies are actually some of the most helpful “productivity gurus” out there, and I’ll offer four valuable lessons I’ve picked up from watching them.”

Simona Rich presents The Law of Non-resistance posted at Personal Development Blog, saying, “The law of non-resistance teaches that whenever you resist some situation, you are giving more power to it.”

Chase Stowers presents Thinking Win-Win posted at Super Duper Blog-O-Rama!.

Erin Pavlina presents Health and Wellness: My Primary Personal Goal This Year posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog, saying, “Health, fitness, and wellness is my primary personal goal this year, which means that at the end of this year I’d rather have made huge gains in this area than any other personal area of my life. Do you have a primary personal goal for the year?”

axel presents Rediscover The Beauty Of Life posted at axel g.

Andy presents My Story posted at Personal Hack, saying, “I was born in Egypt and I moved to America when I was 12. Moving here was probably the toughest thing I’ve ever done, it left me depressed for a year or two. I didn’t know the language well, I didn’t have friends, and worst of all there were no ESL (English as a Second Language) classes in my small high school…”

The Smarter Wallet presents Stop Procrastination By Knowing How Much It Can Cost You posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “Thank you!”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of positive thinking using our carnival submission form.

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  • http://thedigeratilife.com The Digerati Life

    Thank you for hosting this carnival. These articles are definitely helpful and good for the soul. Thanks for including my article!

  • http://thesmarterwallet.com The Smarter Wallet

    I had the same experience as Andy, who was born in Egypt. I had terrible culture shock for around 2 years before I got the hang of living in America. These days, I appreciate being able to have moved here and to have been able to make this place my home.