Nay sayers mock the way of Positude.
It has been said that attitude is everything. If you desire to be a winner in the game of life, check your attitude before you do anything else.
It doesn’t matter what the situation is, it’s better with Positude.
If you’re reading this “congratulations,” you made it from summer to fall. If anything catastrophic went down, I’m certain that a positive attitude was helpful in dealing with your circumstances.
Our days are divided between light and darkness, but the darkness of life complicates the light of any day at any time. There’s an old song that says, “I’m so glad trouble don’t last always.” Sometimes it seems as if problems gang up or pile up, so that we feel overwhelmed. The Positude mantra has five little words, “it’s going to get better.”
Gratitude, Appreciatetude, and Hopefultude are lights that banish the darkness of life.
There are lots of negative things to think, say, and do. The chaos and confusion in the darkness bear witness to Negatude.
If you want something different, you must think, speak, and act differently!
Be well my beloved friends.
Elder Sylvia Pittman holds a B.M. Degree (education) from Northern Michigan University: A M.M. Degree (performance) from the University of Michigan. Sylvia has over 18 years experience teaching private voice, public schools and directing choirs. She performs vocal styles from jazz to opera, works as a vocal coach for recording artists and is greatly sought as a studio musician. Sylvia is Music Director at Asbury Church, Davison Road, Flint.