What he means to say is if you are always thinking positive, know who you really are as an indiviual, and take your life path toward your interests and goals to the best of your abilities, and follow your intuition (guy feeling) then you will live a good, positive life.
If you are always thinking negative like things will never get better, or that you don't deserve to be in the world, or doing wrong and not listening to your conscience then you will live a negative lifestyle and it won't last very long compared to positive thinkers.
So no matter what happens always think positive, remember MIND OVER MATTER.
POSITIVE POSITIVE POSITIVE...... After all tomorrow is another day.....suddenly I am Scarlett O Hara--Gone with the Wind....
Its a bird--Its a plane, No it is submarine....just joking...
I'd like to think that, rather than being either positive or negative, I am balanced. Unfortunately, there are those who've known me since childhood who swear I'm unbalanced. So...take your pick!
Greatness doesn't lie in never falling, but in rising everytime you fall
Just double your failure rate ....... learn ......
and you are successful ..... as simple as that .....
"I am swift as the wind, spread like a godforsaken virus-give me a hit, listen to my sh** on Sirius."
That's good .......
that's where this forum goes to the best .....
what you say is what you are ...... sooner than later
well in context, that person should owe me like 40 "sorry's". but I don't get my feelings hurt, nor troll people when they don't agree with me on everything.
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