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The recognition that there CAN be negative things in this world should be the most powerful incentive possible NEVER to contribute any negativity to that list. If something needs repair, don't complain--repair it! And if someone deserves commendation (like you), well then say so--often.

Zero negativity is a philosophy to live by. It does not mean there will never BE any negativity. It means I will consciously try not to add to it; and to reduce it whenever (and with whoever) possible.

07/12/13 @ 19:24
Comment from: Joy Connell

I hate to admit how wishy-washy we can all be...stemming from the limited perspective of me and my reaction to what is happening around me.
Our envirorment is not what we are it is only a circumstance of events. When I focus on who I am as related to the totality of life then I can accept what is going on around me.
A quote I read this week "God loves every person you will meet today". How awesome is that? When I am positive it reflects onto others and back from them to me. WE can make a difference!

07/13/13 @ 19:14
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Joe: You've summed it up very nicely indeed.

Joy: LIFE is wishy-washy. It's full of conflicting emotions. There's no crime in that. Like the four seasons, each one makes us appreciate the other. And thank you for the quote. It invokes a sense of equality, reminding us that we are all in this together.

07/15/13 @ 22:46