Positive output, leads to a positive response

We could sit and wait for positive people and things to come our way. We sometimes have a tendency to expect others to be kind before we let down our protective walls. We sometimes expect life to bring us all the things we deserve. But unfortunately, life just doesn’t work that way.

If positive events or changes in your life is what you desire, then you need to start being a more positive person. What we sow we will reap, is the old saying that still today holds many truths. Helping other people to achieve their goals, giving to charity or simply putting a smile on your face can make a difference in other peoples lives.

A smile, just a simply smile, can make a difference. Notice today that if you smile at someone they will usually reciprocate the smile. I don’t mean walk around the world like some crazy smiling person, but rather within your own world, your work or the shop you usually walk into. A smile from someone can truly make someones day as it changes their mood from one of worry to, ‘You know what, today might just be a good day.” Isn’t that something to smile about?


8 thoughts on “Positive output, leads to a positive response

    1. Hope your lazy afternoon was everything you wanted Seth. Hope you have a great week my friend. Take care Alan


  1. I absolutely agree with you…it’s such a simple thing to do…smile at someone as you are walking down a sidewalk…or at a sales clerk in a store…even when I don’t get a smile in return…I already feel good inside having smiled in the first place. 🙂 My fav pix: 1st in 3rd, 4th and 6th rows. 🙂


    1. They do say that a smile is infectious!

      I like the batman joke it made me chuckle!

      Thanks as always. Take care Alan.


  2. smiling right back t you alan who wouldnt smile in this sunshine garden is where il be with my dog heidi was thinking of whitby for the weekend but that doesnt mean rest so home for me get my strength then off o my fave town in two weeks hope alls well and happy with you alan xxjen


    1. Thank you Jen! Good luck with your trip! Great to see you, hope you have a wonderful weekend, take care Alan


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