God Loves Life

Jesus Christ crucifix statue

Distracted By Negativity

If God didn’t love life, you wouldn’t be here today experiencing love and happiness. He created this world so we could experience what it feels like to live, laugh, smile and most importantly to love. Yet no matter how many opportunities we come across to live a happy and blissful life, we somehow still allow the negativity of this world to influence us.

God loves life when he sees his creation living a prosperous, loving and caring lifestyle. He loves it when we help each other and extend our hearts to one another. He doesn’t like it when we lie, indulge in lust and sin, steal, deceit others, kill and spread hated, negativity and evilness in the world.

Evilness is the negativity which attempts to influence us on a daily basis. Negativity is like an invisible force that hovers all around us in space and time. It easily spreads from one human to another, engulfing us under its influence and keeping us locked and loaded in the negativity trigger.

Once we are positioned in the negativity trigger, we’re shot around like spraying bullets, infecting and injuring others around us. This is the evil never-sleeping chain reaction that continuously rocks this world from its peaceful core. And the more that you partake in it, the harder it becomes to set yourself free.

God loves life because he has given us an opportunity to experience free will. He does not force himself upon you. He allows you to decide if you want to live a life full of love or a life full of sin. But God experiences pain as well, especially when he sees us suffering and indulging in negativity.

One of the crucial problems experienced by many people around the world, is the indulgence in negativity without even knowing it; this is happening on an unconscious level. As we previously discussed, the unconscious mind pulls the strings of your conscious mind. But who is pulling the strings of your unconscious mind?

When the answer is “negativity,” then that’s when you know that you are in too deep. That’s when you have to take a step back and reanalyze your way of being: your choices, decision-making, thought process, thought content, perception, intentions and relationships. Again, God gives you the free will to pick and choose your route: are you going to take a bite out of an earthly and tasty fruit or are you going to drink the blood of Jesus Christ, and live a pure and dedicated life to God and his salvation?

God loves life. Do you?

Are you Ready? (This is Defeating Stigma Mindfully)

The Importance Of Avoiding Arguments

Man holding white telephone at work screaming and arguing

Avoiding Arguments At Work

An argument is an exchange of diverging or opposite views, typically a heated or angry one. Unless done on a friendly and playful basis, they are an unnecessary waste of time and energy. Arguments increase your stress level, affect your reputation and make you look unprofessional.

The workplace is an especially important location to avoid getting into arguments. Negative attention spreads very easily; oftentimes, much easier than positive attention. Your coworkers may become influenced in a negative way by your involvement in an argument, depending on your words and actions.

Arguments also make you look weak: they promote awkwardness, insecurity, unreliability, defensiveness and uncertainty. Negativity often sticks in peoples’ minds much longer than positivity. This is because positivity is temporary while negativity is much more impactful on one’s emotions.

The solution is to stand your ground by stating what you believe without actually getting into an argument. If you find yourself dealing with someone who is heading towards an argument, back down before it escalates. Backing down does not make you look weak; it actually demonstrates maturity, confidence and leadership.

Be a role model and avoid arguments. People are always searching for someone to look up to! If you become involved in arguments, it will be very difficult for people to view you as someone they want to imitate; being argumentative is not an attractive characteristic. It is important to maintain a consistent reputation backed by high quality traits!

Arguments lead to losses. Reasonable and professional disagreements lead to gains!

Are you Ready? (This is Defeating Stigma Mindfully)

Negativity Breeds Negativity

Man holding his hands on his face demonstrating negativity

Negative Blackholes

The more time that you spend around negative people, the more you will become like them; negativity is contagious. There is something magnetic about negativity; it spreads like wildfire through everybody that it touches. And the more that you expose yourself to it, the more that you inhale its toxic fumes!

People do not seem to realize that once they enter a state of mind that circles around negative topics, complaints and bleak outlooks, they end up attracting more negativity into their lives. At the unconscious level, negativity attracts more negativity because you become comfortable in this state of mind.

Negative comfort” is when you start feeling remorse for yourself because of the situation that you are dealing with. By feeling bad for yourself, it paradoxically becomes soothing and comforting, but in a negative manner. You start to believe that you are the victim fighting against the “bad guy” or “the system.”

To make things even worse, when other people start feeling bad for you and join in on your negativity, the energy exponentiates itself; groupthink can have a very powerful effect! Now you are receiving more “negative comfort” from others around you, which feeds more into this negative cycle that has entered your life!

The solution is to not partake in negativity and back away as soon as you sense it. Do not let it creep into your life; it is very easy to fall trap to negative forces. Whenever you are feeling negative, allow the emotions to marinate for a few hours at most, and then transition into a positive state of mind. Brush it off and move forward by staying positive!

In addition, do not partake in the group negativity that may surround you at certain times in life. If you have no choice and you have to be surrounded by negative people (i.e, your co-workers) then let them be negative, but do not add gasoline to the fire. Show them the opposite: that you portray positivity and high spirits!

Be a leader by demonstrating high moral grounds and a positive attitude!

Are you Ready? (This is Defeating Stigma Mindfully)