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Programmed negativity

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Living in a world that forces negative thinking on us can be challenging right?! Force it on us?! You ask…well yeah! Turn on the news at any point of the day and what do you see? Exactly! Murders, Robbery, Rape, Violence,Violence, Violence. So it is easy for us as society to be fearful of the unknown because media conditions us that way. Ride around with that gun for protection if you wanna…and guess what 9 times out of 10 a situation will come your way and you will have to use it. Ever heard of the Law of Attraction? I watched a documentary on Netflix from Michael Moore Bowling for Columbine and it researched the differences between Americans and Canadians and the impact that our differences play on society. Main difference was their country doesn’t program negativity into their heads through media and at any given time of the day you may find Canadians keep their doors unlocked because they don’t have the same kind of fear as us. This documentary had me ready to move to Canada! Michael Moore asked a Canadian if someone was trying to break in their home would they resort to using a gun..many of them said No! They stated that there has to be an underlying reason why someone would need to break in and they take the time to help the thief figure things out before jumping to conclusions…I said what?!!! Of course they feel our country uses violence to solve everything and after taking a look back at history and at present day current events, I have to say…they are right! What do you think? Do you feel that if the news consisted of the wonderful and positive things happening in your city that would help improve your life and the quality of your well-being?

Author: Ono Marchell

I am a 37 year old Mother of 4, friend, relative, entrepreneur and consultant. I have a vibrant spirit and an increasing quest for knowledge, truth and overstanding. I love being social, creative and helpful. I enjoy meaningful conversations and family outings. Positive people make me happy, people who are curious about the world around them, make me happy. People who are ignorant to the understanding of themselves and refuse to think independently pose a challenge, however my life purpose is to deliver these messages without prejudice and that is what I am here to do. I love working with teens and young mothers and enjoy teaching goal setting and self-confidence classes in my community. I feel my best when I am helping others, what makes you feel your best?!

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