Sebastiano Serafini [There is something good in every day] wearing JW Anderson, Theyskens’ Theory

Every day may not be good… but there is something good in every day.


Though it is human nature to worry and to look for threats of danger in our lives, we must come to know that if we live a life full of worry, our whole life can be slowed from us being drug down in spirit, in our words, and even ultimately in our physical being.

Instead of dedicating a life to worry, and avoiding many opportunities in life because we are too scared that we will be hurt, we must make a solid effort each day to make each day more positive than the day before.

Every time you notice yourself thinking in a negative manner, take a breath, and focus on thinking about how your thought may be turned into a positive thought.

Every time that we notice that we spew negative words, we should take a second, think of a way to reword what we have said or need to say in a positive manner, and then say it aloud.

Life is what you make it, and if you choose to think and speak positively, positive things are sure to happen.

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5 thoughts on “Sebastiano Serafini [There is something good in every day] wearing JW Anderson, Theyskens’ Theory

  1. I recognize you in these words, you are an eternal optimist.
    But you’re absolutely right, it is important to be optimistic in our lives. Stay optimist is the more difficult but we can do it, if we want.
    Better to see the glass half full rather than half empty : positive attitude !

  2. Ciao, Sebastiano!
    Acc, qui mi sento punta sul vivo… non sul pensare positivo (quello lo faccio sempre), ma sul riformulare quello che abbiamo detto… ho un carattere impulsivo e talvolta tendo a dire quello che penso nel modo in cui lo penso… ma talvolta, un secondo dopo avelo detto mi pento, mi pento terribilmente perché quello che ho detto può essere equivocato in qualcosa di sgradevole per chi ho difronte!
    Chi mi conosce bene, oramai lo sa e mi da tempo di spiegarmi, ma ho una paura matta quando incontro persone nuove: equivocheranno? MI daranno modo di spiegarmi? O anche se lo facessi non mi crederebbero?
    Questo è davvero il mio grande difetto (dopo la pazienza…) e lo devo correggere… e con tutta probabilità hai ragione tu: basterebbe un attimo di respiro in più!
    Un abbraccio, Sebastiano!!!

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