I choose to focus on all that is good around me.


There are two ways to look at every situation in life. I choose to focus on the brighter side of things, instead of the negative. I accessorize myself with a cheerful smile rather than a critical eye.

When I look at others, I try to see them the way they hope to be seen. Small nuisances in others’ personalities are easy for me to ignore. I focus on the good in others and overlook their imperfections.

I am refreshed when I sit down to do an inventory of my blessings. Looking at my family, health, and friends helps me realize how fortunate I am. The more I look for things to be appreciative about, the more I find.


Even on my worst day, I consider myself fortunate because my life is filled with things money cannot buy. The simple things in life are what make my life great.

Choosing to be positive is a conscious choice I make daily so I can keep my soul unpolluted by judgment and bitterness. When I have a rough day at work, I am thankful I have a job that provides for my family. Positivity is about perspective.


I surround myself with other positive people so that their cheerful attitude rubs off on me. Keeping company with optimistic friends encourages me to seek out the good in times when I want to have a pity party.


Today, I choose to be grateful for what I have. I fill myself with cheer by rejecting every impulse to criticize. I do away with judgment and embrace the code of forgiveness.


Self-Reflection Questions:

1.Who is my most optimistic friend?

2.What is going well in my life right now?

3.What are some things I need to see with a different perspective?


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