Tuesday's Thoughts
Tuesday’s thoughts at Shenandoah

Change your thoughts, change your world.

Norman Vincent Peale

Reflection Tuesday’s thoughts

Tuesday’s thoughts…think back to the good things that happened to you; For instance, there were no traffic jams or car accidents that slowed your travel down, and You awoke this morning to another new day… While recognizing that elsewhere another person did not. So, be humble and thankful for one more chance to live.

You are healthy, mentally, and physically…meaning you don’t have to depend on anyone to get your day going. There are health problems; however, you can move your body and don’t require assistance. There are depression, anxiety, and other mental health problem; you have a clear mind free of phobias. .https://www.mhanational.org/issues/state-mental-health-america

None of us are perfect, so strife to be the best at who you are, what you can do, and never ever feel ashamed of yourself. ”Just be you.” Your car ran smoothly. There was no problem with your boss and colleagues. You had a delicious lunch or coffee. Thank your stars for a nice and happy day. This will fill you with gratitude and make you a happier person.

Live a life free of envy and jealousy. There is nothing worse than living with ENVY -n- JEALOUSY in your heart, mind, and soul.

The happiness of your life, depends on the quality of your thoughts.



“This is your world. It’s full of more potential for pleasure, love, glory, beauty and bliss that can be comprehended. It even surprises you with misfortune so you can experience the full range of your explosive emotions, and so the good things are that much sweeter. Even better, nothing great comes easily. That would be hopelessly boring. You have thrilling hurdles to overcome at every corner in order to achieve greatness in this life.” – Unknown

Attention…Join me in bringing inspiration and positive emotions into a world of gross negativity.

Tuesday’s Thoughts


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