Positive Outlook

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Positive Outlook

Post by curdog » Sun Jan 03, 2010 7:35 pm

One of the things Atlas taught was the importance of a good attitude. That has meant so much to me. In fact, its one of the reason I returned to the Atlas system. I needed an "attitude adjustment" more than a back patient needs a chiropractor.

Well, I was thinking a few days ago about Christmas and how I used to be glad when it was all over and life got back to the regular grind. I was so negative back then. "Bah, humbug" and all that. Well I did a few minutes of healthy regret, and then it got morose. I thought of how many Christmases I had wasted on negativity. Then, I thought of how Atlas said not to waste your thoughts on worry-material. Regret is one of those things that should be in the mental trash can.

So, I just decided to enjoy Christmas this year. To enjoy it right up to the last day of the celebration (Jan. 5).

So, I learned a new Atlas lesson. Learn your lesson, but don't rob yourself of joy by regretting the past.

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Re: Positive Outlook

Post by Bridge » Wed Aug 04, 2010 10:09 pm

Right on! Yesterday is gone, we must live for today and look forward to tomorrow.

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