Have you said anything NICE to YOURSELF today???
"Whatever you say to yourself today, let it be something good. You must make it a habit of beginning each day by telling yourself NICE things." Iyanla Vanzant
I love this statement and this is something that we should empower ourselves to do each day before you leave the front door to battle the world. Even if you do not leave your house for the day, still empower your soul with nice things. Our brains are wired to react in a positive way to habit driven "exercises". So telling ourselves something positive each morning will train your brain to believe what it is hearing. This will then cause us to see what we are telling our brain about ourselves.
Positive vibes are a must to make through each day, so why not start your day off in the best possible way?
As you lay down and prepare to go to sleep in your comfy bed take the time to be truly thankful. We can tend to go through things but not be aware of the issues and hardships that others deal with a larger scale than our simple problem of the day. I am very big on simple actions collectively combining to impact the world.
I don't hear many people speaking on the famine currently going on in Somalia, I did some of my own research and it really hurt my heart that a group of people could be suffering on such a large scale and about 1% of people are concerned. I know I remember as a kid seeing the commercials about world hunger and I remembered being bothered by the images, being puzzled as to why and how there are so many rich people in the world but we still struggle with world hunger in 2017.
I've had conversations with people where I stated that if you make a certain about of money it should be mandatory for you to contribute to a "stop world hunger" fund or something. It truly sadness my heart that people do not care. I could not dream of having to walk up to a 100 miles searching for food. This is just not the way we should let our fellow brothers and sisters live.
Some people of course have jumped in over the years to help with this issue but it seems like a problem that can be corrected but as a world we do not care enough. The US is quick to dive into a lot of issues that should not concern us but something like providing food to a starving country does not seem big on the list of things to do. There is so much food wasted each day that being hungry should be the last thing anyone is worried about.
Also, we should do self inventory and ask what we could do to help in the trickle down affect since to most helping world hunger seems to massive. If you have an idea on how to reduce this ongoing serious problem, try to make it happen. There's so many other problems in the world that someone being hungry should not be a problem that we hear about anymore.
Just my two cents....Glow Up!