Positive Thinking Day


This is a wonderful idea!

Annette Rochelle Aben


So, back in 2003, this American entrepreneur decided to establish a day allowing us to commemorate the rewards of positive thinking. Can’t seem to locate the name of this person however there are millions of people all around the world who will be tuned into their “vibe of positivity” on September 13th!

Books have been written, movies produced and songs recorded that all espouse the benefits of placing positive thinking at the top of our to-do list. Motivational speakers create videos and mantras a plenty exist on memes to remind us to choose the thought that gives us a good feeling. Gee, there must be something to this idea of positive thinking, eh?

Without a doubt, the most famous of all books ever written on the topic is the 1952 title: The Power of Positive Thinking by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale.  Believe it or not, this book was…

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13 thoughts on “Positive Thinking Day

  1. I’m guardedly warm (mixed metaphor?) toward positive thinking. There’s undeniable value in the concept, but it’s efficacy has been elevated by some to the level of ultimate truth, a level that, I think, Norman would have cringed at.

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  2. The second quote is well said…. People like or you can say able to see only those things what they want to see. If you are trying to saying facts to the foolish person, no matter with what intensity, you are trying to convince them they’ll ignore you like a fool. They will prove you ignorant and as for themselves they are the most intellectual spices on earth…. Based on a Many true story experienced by one person, but still I try like a geek to convince… Again 😄😅. But now m taking oath to change myself. Talk only, when it’s needed. Unnecessarily exposes of facts insurance your brain. But that nut, even don’t have crack on its hard surface of Brain.

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  3. I’m always on the hunt for positive thoughts. I have several copies of Dr. Peale’s books and regularly loan them to whiners, I mean people who always see the dark side of things. The more you look for the good, the more you find. You can actually rewrite the script of your life that way. I’m keeping this one too. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

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