If everything in this World were positive, there would be no thorns on a rose, no mistakes, no failures, no calamities, no wars, no enemies and no death. Sadly, that’s not the case.
It’s important to focus on the positive aspects of life, and try to have a positive attitude at all times. Yet, it’s impossible to eliminate negativity.
Terror attacks in recent times, plane crashes and accidents and natural disasters like flooding in some parts of TamilNadu, India and UK are all examples of negative happenings.
Just like every Cloud has a silver lining, each of these negative incidents have something to teach. The terror attacks have brought the world together as one to fight against terrorism, and the floods have brought out hope in humanity with people reaching out to rescue and help each other. It has also brought an increased awareness and concern for the environment. Every accident teaches us to build something stronger and robust and encourages creativity and innovation.
Death is another negative aspect in life, and losing a loved one can be very painful, but not something that cannot be healed. Knowing that it is inevitable is what makes life all that more valuable, and teaches us to live to the fullest.
We need to accept negativity as an inevitable part of life and channelize it in a positive manner to develop and improve for the better.
Today is Day 3 and the last day of the 3 Days 3 Quotes Challenge, which has been a very delightful and insightful experience.
I like reading inspirational and encouraging Quotes, and by participating in this Challenge I was able to read quite a lot of wonderful Quotes by several inspiring Writers while going through the process of choosing my favorite Quote.Therefore, an Extra Special Thank You to Vikram Bishla of Blogmaniac for nominating me for the Challenge.
Vikram is a very optimistic person, who likes to write about Philosophy, Current Affairs, and Mathematics (which is one of his favorite subjects) on his Blog. Please be sure to check out his blog. I especially admire him for his positive outlook towards life, which stood out to me after reading about his personal experiences in his blog post titled Imaginary Friend. I am sure you will not leave without clicking on the Follow button once you finish reading his Blog Posts.
Moving on to the 3 Quotes 3 Days Challenge, the rules are as follows:
- Post for 3 consecutive Days.
- You can choose to post One or Three Quotes each day.
- Nominate 3 Bloggers to take up the Challenge every day.
Today, I would like to share a Quote by Ratan Tata.
The Quote is a little philosophical and talks about the Ups and Downs in life. I am sure this Quote will encourage us to be positive and hopeful even when we go through tough times in our lives. It is the downs in life that teach us some very valuable lessons and make the ups in life seem all that more rewarding after all.
The final 3 nominees for the 3 Quotes 3 Days Challenge are:
- Kate from Hot Plate Kate
- Joan from Marlton Artist
- Drew from Soundtravelerblog
Wish you all the very best and hope you take up the challenge. I am sure you all will enjoy the experience.
I look forward to reading your favorite Quotes for the Challenge.