Thinking Positive

I look back at my life and see no regrets. The thing is that you have to view the world on your own. You need to do things on your own. Be positive and start thinking like one. Optimism has its important values. We sometimes tend to share them with others. It is better to keep it to yourself.

The world is beautiful and has all of its glories. It sounds about right. There are things that you can improve optimistically. You can have a better social life, then the one you’re having right now. View the world as a fun and beautiful place, then nothing will go wrong with your life.

The last thing you need to do is grow up. Start being an adult and act like one. Adults want adult things. They aren’t kids anymore. We are fully grown ups. I search for the deeper meaning of life. I decide to like the adult things, and not kid’s things.

Live up to your potential. Try to pick up on a career, whatever it is. The world is what it is. It is as it is. You can’t never change and it will always be the same. Don’t torment yourself with it. Think optimistic. Start building your own life.

Set yourself on a vacation to Italy for example. This is what is pleasurable. Set up meetings in your jobs. Look for a book to read. For example you can read The Firm by John Grisham. Talk about life. Strike up conversations with strangers who are friendly.

Think of the simple things in life. For example I think about my garden and how beautiful it is. Do these things and you will feel like an adult. You’ll think positive.

Fairy Red Dust

Strangers are going out to delight themselves. Some are eating in restaurants, walking around the park, etc. An angel appeared, and they think he is friendly. All of a sudden, the angel blows red fairy dust all over the town.

The people die by breathing its sense of smell. The town doesn’t have a life to it anymore. The angel flies away and thinks his mission is accomplished. He tries to go to Heaven but doesn’t receive an invite. They disqualified him from entering.

He is stuck between worlds. He doesn’t belong anywhere, but nowhere.