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Optimism

Feeling Good

       A cartoon depicted a man hanging by chains on the wall of a dungeon. He was skinny and had long hair and a long beard. He had obviously been hanging there a long time. A psychiatrist was sitting in a chair in front of him with a pad and pen and was taking notes as he listened to the man. The man hanging on the wall, grinning from ear to ear, said, "Call me weird, but I feel good!" It is possible to feel good in spite of the circumstances. (Kent Crockett, The 911 Handbook, Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 2003, 79)



Cross Reference:

The Treasure Beneath the Rainbow

Our Emotions Respond to the Way We Think

Faith to Walk

Blind Eye to the Telescope

Failure is an Instructor

You Must Believe Before You Achieve

Your Happiness is Determined by You

Two Days Before the Great Discovery

I Hate Bees!

The Way Pessimists See Things

Dealing With Difficult People

Our Thoughts Affect Our Immune System


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