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  1. When I’m in the forest and at peace, it’s easier for me to go with the flow and remain positive. But when I’m in the city, or around a lot of negative energy, I see far more darkness and respond in turn with darkness. So I guess I fail to control my reaction to that which astounds me, shakes my soul, and makes me feel like I’ve fallen into some horrible alternative reality because people can’t actually behave this way toward each other, can they? No, not possible… Yes, my control over certain reactions either doesn’t exist or is as unbroken as a wild horse. And I wonder if maybe, sometimes, that’s for the best. Not that your post is about nonchalance. It’s more trying to get some of that negative to become a useful motivation to create of positive.

    J — Co-host the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference and Speculative Fiction Writer

  2. Really depends on the circumstances but I try to look at the positive in everything. Even during illness or ill luck, even if I can’t see it right away, I sit and reflect upon the good that came of it. This helps me stay focused on gratitude and a sense of wellness, for sure.

    Theme: An Oxymoron in 100 words (Micro Fiction)
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  3. Hmmm…so far haven’t been ground down, but never say never 🙂 Here from the A-Z and enjoyed the quote. Attitude is 99% of victory – that’s not a quote btw, just my experience 🙂

    All the best for the rest of the challenge
    Nilanjana

  4. Margaret gallagher

    It will if you let it -positivity And plan a b c d……… always works 12-18months always get there eventually

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