Is this Pollyanna Thinking?

First, we need to explain Pollyanna thinking….

The dictionary says: Pollyanna is an excessively cheerful or optimistic person.

The term originated from the 1913 book, “Pollyanna” by Eleanor H. Porter.

So, are we Pollyanna thinking?
Yes, yes, we are, and that’s not a bad thing. You often hear people try to minimize optimistic thoughts by calling it Pollyanna thinking. Pollyanna thinking isn’t something to be ashamed of nor discouraged. If someone makes you feel small because you think optimistically, it says more about THEM than it does you. Our advice to you is – allow. Allow your inner wisdom, your intuitive knowing, to guide you. Not someone else. Allow them to be where they are – it’s not your job to change them. Allow your Pollyanna thinking to bring you the joy you are cultivating. Allow the good and let go of any bad feelings their harmful intentions might bring.

We believe good can be found in any situation. Good can be found because you CREATE good if it’s not easily found.

You can create it by acting in loving ways. By acting in loving ways, you will always find a reason to be happy and optimistic.

Be like Pollyanna. Pollyanna is a great example of living with a big heart!

Be someone who lives with a big heart.

What a fantastic way to live life!

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