“Everything you are against weakens you. Everything you are for empowers you.” ~ Wayne Dyer
During your life, one of those lessons you need to learn would be to forget the need of always complaining about something you do not like, about the people who behave in the way which seems unpleasant for you.
You need to stop complaining about current situations or past events too. You need to learn that your mind is able to play some tricks on you and that your mind is able to make you have negative or destructive thoughts.
And, the most important thing of all this is to learn not to always believe in everything you think.
You have to learn to stay at a considerable distance from everything that makes you unhappy, for everything that you don’t really like, and move forward to the things which you do like. When you do so, you will start attracting many good things, events or people into your life.
By simply learning how to shift your attention from negative, or from what you don’t really like or from what you don’t want to positive, and towards what you love or want, you will learn a lot about the fundamental thing which leads to happiness, or about how you can achieve happiness too.
Our thoughts are powerful, they have great and creative power, so when we manage to improve and train our mind to only work for us and not against us, we are going to find happiness finally.
We believe that it would be really important for you to understand finally is that simply like the wonderful James Allen once said it:
“As you think, you travel, and as you love, you attract. You are today where your thoughts have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.”
Here, we are going to share one beautiful poem with you, and we are sure that you are going to enjoy it while you are reading it:
THOUGHTS HAVE POWER – CHOOSE THE GOOD ONES
“Tell me your woes, and I’ll tell you mine,
Be sure to make coffee, for this will take time,
I am here for you and you for me
When we are done, we are sure to be free.
Complain about all, your doubts, fears, and pain.
If need be, repeat your complaints again
I think when you’re done, and I begin mine,
You may realize that actually, you are quite fine.
Remember this, dear complainer, that I lent you an ear
When you return home, leave your complaints here.
Your family will appreciate, the time that I took
To write your complaints in a very big book.
Now next time you feel, the need to complain
Pick up that complaint book, and read it again.
I think when you’re done reading, my dear complainer
You may realize, complaining makes you sound insane.” ~ Anita Brown