Dear #Positivity Friends,
Around this time of year, most bears in the United States pack up their gear and head for a den where they’ll hunker down for the next five or six months, dreaming of all the delicious eats they’ll wake up to in the spring. Talk about a power nap!
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to pull the covers over our heads and tune out everything that’s going on in the world for a bit? Well, even if we had a cozy cave to retreat to, today it would be hard to ignore what we hear of war in Israel and Ukraine or of chaos in Washington or other unfortunate events around the globe.
I believe that times like these ask us to pay more attention to what’s happening, not less. We need to acknowledge the challenges we face and use our #Positivity superpower—the good we see in people and in ourselves—to solve problems in the communities of which we are a part. Maybe we can’t fix the world, but we can do a ton to make things right on our own block or in our kids’ school or in our workplace.
This is a belief that goes right to the core of me—anyone can affect positive change right where they are standing. Let’s use this Thanksgiving season to look for even the smallest opportunity to plant a seed of positivity now that will sprout in the springtime. You will be amazed at how nature makes this magic happen!
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With hope and positivity,