Daily problems can make us feel down and dealing with negative people in particular. It feels as if negative people suck all the oxygen out of your body, and you become powerless and find it challenging to deal with your own problems.
I hope I can be forgiven for the occasional “white lie” when it comes to getting away from negative people. I sometimes say I have to do this or that so we have to talk another time.
Other problems that can drag you down are when you seek medical care and notice that the medical staff does not listen to you. (Thank God that not all healthcare professionals act the same way)
When that happens, I go home, turn on the music and think “I still have my hearing, and my eyesight and my old bodywork for the most part”. And it helps me look more positively at the healthcare staff.
Maybe I should advise them to listen to music?
Many times, when I listen to the news or watch it on TV, I feel lucky to live in a country with a relatively stable climate, democracy, and very limited terrorism.
Then I feel ashamed when I think of all the people who experience terrible things yet still manage to continue living. They seek positive things that make them move forward.
They are heroes, and I hope that Compumatrix will create the conditions for the unification of all peoples!
There is music that fits even when I feel hopeless about the situation in the world. Music that makes me think that hope never dies.
My sons know that they will “inherit” my Compumatrix Business one day, and I would like to see their faces when they discover the assets available!
They will then appreciate all the hard work and effort that was put into making this the #1 home business in the world!
(No, I do not play Money, Money, Money at those times, but I thank God for Compumatrix).
Many good things have been said in other blogs. They describe how to proceed to get out of negativity and move forward.
For me, personally, music has been a perfect help. I have compiled a list of different kinds of music for other emotional states. It may not suit everyone, but for me, it has resulted in a more positive view of how to deal with my problems.
I have music favourites in all genres. I love to listen to pop, jazz, blues, classical music and so on. All I have to do is put on my headphones, go to YouTube and enter the title of the piece I want to hear.
It only takes minutes, and I have forgotten what was difficult and can devote myself to doing what needs to be done that day.
So, I agree with ABBA when they sing “Thank you for the music”.