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Seek The Good❤️


Choice is the most powerful tool we have!

Everything boils down to choice. We exist in a field of infinite possibilities.

Every choice we make shuts an infinite number of doors and opens an infinite number of doors. 

At any point we can change the direction of our lives by a simple choice. 

It is all in our hands, our hearts, and our minds.

In a world where it is easy to see the dirt, be the one that sees gold in everything❤️

Believe that people genuinely will do the right thing and have the best intentions when they begin something

So stop, close your eyes, and think about the goodness in people instead of the negative tendencies.

Seek out the positive intent ❤️

We all go through tough times, have bad days, sad days and boring days.

We all experience times when we feel like nothing good can be found. 

Though we can't totally avoid these days in our lives, but the choice comes down to how you handle those days when they do come.

Will you wallow in the negative feelings? 

Or will you look extra hard for good things that are hiding?

Seek out good!

Believe me, it’s worth the hunt!

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