PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 by Polly Campbell in IMPERFECT SPIRITUALITY

“Optimism
does not mean that you feel happy every minute of the day. It doesn’t
mean that you’re always upbeat and in a good mood. You are not even
required to keep your fingers crossed so that all your problems will
disappear and your glassy-eyed, smiley-faced joy will return. That’s not
it, and it’s a good thing because most of us wouldn’t be able to buy in
to this rosy-cheeked cheerfulness.

But optimism is doable. It
is real and it can be a difference-maker in your life if you stay
grounded and realistic. Grounded optimism is about attitude and action
and like so many of the other strategies that manage the flow of
negative emotion, it helps you feel better. It helps people bounce back
from adversity and it is one component of resilience. Doctors, like
positive psychology guru Martin Seligman, rank optimism right up there
in line next to exercise and good nutrition when it comes to good-health
building behaviors.”  
                   Polly Campbell, in “Imperfect Spirituality”

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LAST CHANCE TO WIN A FREE COPY OF IMPERFECT SPIRITUALITY: Once again, for any subscribers interested in receiving a free copy of Imperfect Spirituality,
please send me a return email today (just reply using the address in
the email you received with this message) and I will enter your name
into a drawing that we will complete tonight (11/14) at midnight CST to select a winner. The email address of anyone who entered the drawings on 10/22 AND 10/31 will automatically be entered into this evening’s drawing. I’ll
contact the winner via email, who will then receive a signed copy
directly from the author. Please note that Polly Campbell is currently on a book tour, so there may be a slight delay in the winner receiving their copy. 


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