WE all know that matter is made up of both positively and negatively charged particles known as protons and electrons. In the same way we Homo sapiens (human beings) are also filled with positive energy with a tinge of negativities within us. What an ironical thought it is!
Most of the people would not share the same eye but it is a bitter truth that all human beings have bulls and bears within them and it takes a really freaky situations to bring them out.
No one can claim to be prophetic nowadays because the circumstances that we live in are too gory to make a person saintly. Strange but true it is! We all admire Saudi government especially Muslims and should do the same because we are connected to it in many ways, but very few people know about the deep dark secrets of the country. To
prove this I would share my thoughts. We all know that Muslims are facing ethnic cleansing at the hands of world majority, but never did I see in my life, the people or kings condemning it. They are busy in their own engagements. Isn't that unfair? So, the irony of the fact is that people are no doubt kind, generous and gentle but they also have a dark side within them.
It would not be wrong to say that every single individual is bipolar, in a way they suffer from extremes of positive behaviour and negative behaviour.
Imagine a world where there are no negativities around, just positive vibes surrounding us. Positive people, positive actions and positive reactions! Peace would prevail everywhere. A sence of tranquility would be generated within the minds of people.
If each day, a part of us that is dark, gets enlightened, the world would be a better place to live. Each day would come with new promises and hopes.
Negativity if handled properly can lead to positivity. We cannot completely distance ourselves from negativity because a tinge of neutrons is required to balance the protöns! Same goes to our lives!
Recognize the difference between positive and negative vibes and let
you be the positive feelers!
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