By Remez Sasson
How do you begin your day, tired, unhappy, stressed or angry, or do you feel energetic, happy, motivated and glad to begin a new day?
If you start the day with negative thoughts and feelings, do you let them continue and grow all day long?
Do you let what people say and do affect your moods?
You can make your day a wonderful day if you want to. All you need is to make the choice to make your day a wonderful day and not allow anything detract your form your decision. It might not be easy at first, but keep trying and will succeed.
You can choose to:
- Start your day with positive thoughts. Wake up with happy thoughts.
- Don’t expect unpleasant tasks and chores, believe you can do everything easily and successfully.
- Read a few inspiring quotes before you go to work.
- Be more patient and considerate while driving.
- When appropriate, smile more often.
- Find some time for yourself to do things you love to do.
- Listen to music that makes you happy.
All it costs to make your day a wonderful day is a change of attitude. Look at the bright side of life. Look at the positive in every situation, no matter how unpleasant it might be. If people around you are negative and discouraging you can almost always get up and go, or if you cannot leave, start repeating positive affirmations in your mind.
When you make your day a wonderful day, you also makes other people’s day more happy and pleasant. Your positive vibrations influence the mind, body and aura of other people. When you are happy, you make others happy and bring light into the world. Unconsciously you make their day a wonderful day.
Songs and music often have an uplifting and inspiring affect on the moods and states of mind. They affect both the conscious and subconscious minds, and work like positive affirmations. One such song is Molly Hamilton’s song, “Make a Wonderful Day”.
It is a song to make your day a wonderful day. Listen attentively to the words, because they act like affirmations.
What do you think about the song? Did you listen to the words? Did the song affect your state of mind? Please post your comments here.