What's the point of life if we can't be positive, have fun and make the world a better place?
I do believe we're all connected. I do believe in positive energy. I do believe in the power of prayer. I do believe in putting good out into the world. And I believe in taking care of each other.
Always go into meetings or negotiations with a positive attitude. Tell yourself you're going to make this the best deal for all parties.
I had a positive mindset that whenever I will get the chance I will contribute to the team's cause.
In our music, in our everyday life, there are so many negative things. Why not have something positive and stamp it with blackness?
Me being able to move around, nickel, dime, safety, you don't know where I'm coming from or if I'm coming, and that's a positive.
It's about really having a God connection: a connection with the divine behind the world and flowing forth out of that in a positive way with love and moving toward making a contribution that pushes forth the evolution of the world.
We are all products of our experiences, good and bad. Sometimes you learn as much from the negative experiences as you do from the positive.
I was brought up by a single mom in a poor town in Arkansas and while some aspects of small-town life were really positive - like the fact that everyone there is really sweet and hospitable - there is also this close-minded mentality, and that naturally made me want to rebel.
Indeed, our particular concept of private property, which deters us from exhausting the positive resources of the earth, favors pollution.
I think there's some certain attitudes and certain guys that can feed some positive energy, and that keeps you going through an 82-game schedule.
Instead of yelling and spanking, which don't work anyway, I believe in finding creative ways to keep their attention - turning things into a game, for instance. And, when they do something good, positive reinforcement and praise.
I want to be looked at as a positive role model and a person who supports the community. I want to help the kids who are in need and need a role model to look up to to show them the way.
I think no matter how you think about your music, you're ultimately in the music 'business.' I think you have to be business-minded in some sense. And for me, the real goal... is positive intention and social change through music. It doesn't mean that can't turn a profit.
I don't believe it's too far-fetched to think that we as college football players can make a significant, positive difference in the youth culture of America simply by embracing the responsibilities that accompany this place of privilege.
Candidates, of course, often claim that they want to run 'a purely positive campaign,' but this rarely materializes.
I walk around haredi neighborhoods freely, and I actually receive a lot of positive responses from people.
When a person listens to a good song, and they can look out at the world and their lives and see the dark and the light, the negative and the positive, all the different elements, all come together in one holistic poem, that is a very healing and very reductive thing, and that's what my music is about.
People always accuse me of being motivational in a way, like it was a bad thing, but that's just how I was raised. My mom raised me in a positive environment, with lots of love in my heart, and that reflects in my music.
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