Being A Ray Of Sunshine In A World Full of Darkness Isn't Easy, But It's Rewarding
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Being A Ray Of Sunshine In A World Full of Darkness Isn't Easy, But It's Rewarding

I choose to bring positivity into both my own life and others, instead of succumbing to the negativing in the world.

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Being A Ray Of Sunshine In A World Full of Darkness Isn't Easy, But It's Rewarding
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Let's face it, the world is not always filled with sunshine and rainbows, and our lives aren't always either. Our lives can be filled with dark storm clouds, and it can seem like our entire world is filled with them. But for me, I've always tried to be a ray of sunshine that peaks through those dark clouds. I don't try to just bring light into my own life, but I try to bring light into the lives of others, too. It's never easy to be that ray of sunshine, but I do it anyway.

Lately, I've been trying to remove any sort of negative energy that's around me. My personal belief is that in order to bring positivity into the lives of others, you first have to bring positivity into your own life. You have to take care of yourself and do what's best for you. It's easier said than done, especially for me, since I've struggled with things like my mental health for so long, and even today I still do. I do know how hard it is to feel happy and positive when it actually feels like the storm clouds are rolling in. But I've used positive thinking to improve my mental health. It took years to teach myself how to do so, but I never gave up on it.

It's not just important to incorporate positivity into your own life but to spread that same positivity to those around you.

I've always had a love for helping others. I have a tendency to see the good in others, even if they don't seem like the nicest person. We're all human who needs help every now and again. The main reason I try to help bring light into other's lives, it helps me personally. Bringing positivity and happiness into someone's life gives me a feeling of joy that I believe can only be achieved by bringing joy to others. I've always been taught that you never truly know what people are going through. Not everyone talks about their emotions or struggles. I firmly believe that if I help someone and make them happy at the right time, it could be something that they desperately needed, and that alone is satisfying.

I think nothing is more important than to be positive in life than to be negative. Let's be honest, negative energy is horrible for us, and it's definitely something that we would like to live without. We only experience life, and I just don't see the point of wasting my own breath and energy being a negative influence on someone else's life.

Our world would be a much better place if there was no negativity and we were all kind to one another. I know this is wishful thinking, but what I do know is that I can personally make a positive impact in my own life and in someone else's life, even if the rest of the world seems dark.

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