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Thread for Positivity and Gratitude

A few years ago, I had amazing confidence and I always used to be optimistic about everything, i had most of the things coming in my favor, even during the most difficult of times.

Somewhere in the middle, i lost the path, things overwhelming started tumbling down one after another, and i was buried into pessimism.

Everywhere i see now, i just see negative things, be it in the news or in the reflection of my own life.

I wish to rekindle the lost positivity and ignite a spark of confidence through this thread.

I will be sharing things related to optimism and also convey my gratitude for all the positive things that i come across, on a regular basis.

I hope to see a few good souls joining me in this journey towards brilliance.
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  • this thread will not work .... no one can ignite positivity inside you ... but u urself
    go back .. sit down and study ..this is the only solution to bring positivity ...
    or have fun ...dont waste time here :trollface: :trollface:
  • pizzza said:

    A few years ago, I had amazing confidence and I always used to be optimistic about everything, i had most of the things coming in my favor, even during the most difficult of times.

    Somewhere in the middle, i lost the path, things overwhelming started tumbling down one after another, and i was buried into pessimism.

    Everywhere i see now, i just see negative things, be it in the news or in the reflection of my own life.

    I wish to rekindle the lost positivity and ignite a spark of confidence through this thread.

    I will be sharing things related to optimism and also convey my gratitude for all the positive things that i come across, on a regular basis.

    I hope to see a few good souls joining me in this journey towards brilliance.

    Bro..I appreciate your effort to reignite the same positivity.I too have been of late drowned in prolonged spells of pessimism!The thing is to not react to this pessimism...see this spell as a wave of trough and let it pass.Study hard and make sure the crest isn't far away.
  • this thread will not work .... no one can ignite positivity inside you ... but u urself
    go back .. sit down and study ..this is the only solution to bring positivity ...
    or have fun ...dont waste time here :trollface: :trollface:

    Perfect example of pessimism.
  • Good initiative
  • edited April 1
    Hehehe
  • mahi2501 said:

    this thread will not work .... no one can ignite positivity inside you ... but u urself
    go back .. sit down and study ..this is the only solution to bring positivity ...
    or have fun ...dont waste time here :trollface: :trollface:

    Perfect example of pessimism.
    okay wherever u need ..write this example
  • Idiot
    Squandering idiot
    Prelims is just 60 days away, retard.
  • edited April 1
    I feel blessed and fortunate because unknown people care so much about me. Thank you for the love.
    It will be just an exercise at the end of the day, everyday, to reflect upon the positives so that i once again develop a healthy mindset. I promise, i wont waste time.
    Wish you guys a great day ahead!
  • pizzza said:

    I feel blessed and fortunate because unknown people care so much about me. Thank you for the love.
    It will be just an exercise at the end of the day, everyday, to reflect upon the positives so that i once again develop a healthy mindset. I promise, i wont waste time.
    Wish you guys a great day ahead!

    now u have 2 tasks ..
    first ... study for prelims ...second . updating this thread at the end of the day ..
    when u can not manage first one sincerely that is root cause of negativity ...then why to take another responsibility of updating this thread ... ... now u will look around things which are positive ..so waste of time .
    feel free to comment any time and to have fun... sorry for advice :trollface:
  • edited April 1
    UPSC prep me aisa hi hota hai sincere aspirants ke saath ..koi nayi baat nahi...abhi aage aur hoga pessimism.. worse is yet to come.


    Many reasons to still remain happy.
  • edited April 1
    .


    Many reasons to still remain happy.
  • Clear prelims u will back on track...if u leave april month...then u have to struggle only for 5 months....
    Sabka maalik domino
  • Sabke sath hota hai apun ke sath bhi hua
  • Glamour dekh ke thodi bahut positivity mil jani chahiye vese :mrgreen:
  • So many social threads on forum are meant for moral boosting. But I think they all have become a place for the expression of frustation. In real world I don't talk much. Atleast i don't express my emotions so openly. But here I did. Because I don't care if someone is listening or not. Whether I will get a response or not. Afterall I barely know anyone here. but repeated expression of frustation made me conscious of my frustation a bit too much. As a result I became much more weaker. Emotions are not meant to be expressed at a public place in a wrong manner in front of undesirable people. But I did a mistake of not considering this virtual platform a public place.

    Anyways, when we fail and when we have little clue regarding what could be a winnable solution, we become anxious or restless and a bit pessimistic. Things are uncertain. These gratitude and positivism initiatives are no doubt good. But they are not the right cure. It may end up making one more sad than before.
  • Pichle saal nabard mains ke 4-5 din pehle aise ghatiya negativity pasri the ki kya bataw. Lag Raha the dus saal se sirf ye exam, wo interview, ur ladki, papa,company me hhoot, sala kahi koi settlement hi nii hain. Sala padhai ekdum chor Diya,fir pata chala jo nabard specific book revise Karne wala tha wahi se 5 question straight, to shayad interview ka mohtaj nii hota. Tbhi se soch liye,apni reality ko accept Kia, apne se, apni koshisho se zayada pyar Karne laga hoon.
    2017-18-19 ye teen saal me khud ko ek sdm/upsc me selected dekhne ke liye prathibhad hoon, at least apne Taraf se to koi kami nii rakhni.
    न दैन्यं न पलायनम् :smile:
  • Seeed said:

    So many social threads on forum are meant for moral boosting. But I think they all have become a place for the expression of frustation. In real world I don't talk much. Atleast i don't express my emotions so openly. But here I did. Because I don't care if someone is listening or not. Whether I will get a response or not. Afterall I barely know anyone here. but repeated expression of frustation made me conscious of my frustation a bit too much. As a result I became much more weaker. Emotions are not meant to be expressed at a public place in a wrong manner in front of undesirable people. But I did a mistake of not considering this virtual platform a public place.

    Anyways, when we fail and when we have little clue regarding what could be a winnable solution, we become anxious or restless and a bit pessimistic. Things are uncertain. These gratitude and positivism initiatives are no doubt good. But they are not the right cure. It may end up making one more sad than before.

    kya baat ...kya baat ...kya baat ....taaliyan for first paragraph ......
    कह गए
  • pizzza said:

    A few years ago, I had amazing confidence and I always used to be optimistic about everything, i had most of the things coming in my favor, even during the most difficult of times.

    Somewhere in the middle, i lost the path, things overwhelming started tumbling down one after another, and i was buried into pessimism.

    Everywhere i see now, i just see negative things, be it in the news or in the reflection of my own life.

    I wish to rekindle the lost positivity and ignite a spark of confidence through this thread.

    I will be sharing things related to optimism and also convey my gratitude for all the positive things that i come across, on a regular basis.

    I hope to see a few good souls joining me in this journey towards brilliance.

    Gone through the same phase.
    But someone has rightly pointed out, "No one can ignite positivity in you, except you".

    First of all stop punishing yourself. Stop the act of self talking especially that goes in your mind.

    If you want to regain the old path, you may follow few of these.
    1. Wake up early, See the Sunrise.
    2. Have a routine and follow it, no matter what. It's tough but the most effective way to kill pessimism.
    3. Eat well.
    4. Reward yourself.
    5. Devour few minutes of your day in praying to God. It works.
    6. Talk to your parents daily.
    7. Avoid friends who are not in UPSC journey.
    8. Pursue your hobby for 1/2 to 1 hour daily.
    9. Follow any famous personality who inspires you.
  • edited April 1
    Golem said:

    pizzza said:

    A few years ago, I had amazing confidence and I always used to be optimistic about everything, i had most of the things coming in my favor, even during the most difficult of times.

    Somewhere in the middle, i lost the path, things overwhelming started tumbling down one after another, and i was buried into pessimism.

    Everywhere i see now, i just see negative things, be it in the news or in the reflection of my own life.

    I wish to rekindle the lost positivity and ignite a spark of confidence through this thread.

    I will be sharing things related to optimism and also convey my gratitude for all the positive things that i come across, on a regular basis.

    I hope to see a few good souls joining me in this journey towards brilliance.

    Gone through the same phase.
    But someone has rightly pointed out, "No one can ignite positivity in you, except you".

    First of all stop punishing yourself. Stop the act of self talking especially that goes in your mind.

    If you want to regain the old path, you may follow few of these.
    1. Wake up early, See the Sunrise.
    2. Have a routine and follow it, no matter what. It's tough but the most effective way to kill pessimism.
    3. Eat well.
    4. Reward yourself.
    5. Devour few minutes of your day in praying to God. It works.
    6. Talk to your parents daily.
    7. Avoid friends who are not in UPSC journey.
    8. Pursue your hobby for 1/2 to 1 hour daily.
    9. Follow any famous personality who inspires you.
    koi fark nai penda


    Many reasons to still remain happy.
  • Golem said:

    pizzza said:

    A few years ago, I had amazing confidence and I always used to be optimistic about everything, i had most of the things coming in my favor, even during the most difficult of times.

    Somewhere in the middle, i lost the path, things overwhelming started tumbling down one after another, and i was buried into pessimism.

    Everywhere i see now, i just see negative things, be it in the news or in the reflection of my own life.

    I wish to rekindle the lost positivity and ignite a spark of confidence through this thread.

    I will be sharing things related to optimism and also convey my gratitude for all the positive things that i come across, on a regular basis.

    I hope to see a few good souls joining me in this journey towards brilliance.

    Gone through the same phase.
    But someone has rightly pointed out, "No one can ignite positivity in you, except you".

    First of all stop punishing yourself. Stop the act of self talking especially that goes in your mind.

    If you want to regain the old path, you may follow few of these.
    1. Wake up early, See the Sunrise.
    2. Have a routine and follow it, no matter what. It's tough but the most effective way to kill pessimism.
    3. Eat well.
    4. Reward yourself.
    5. Devour few minutes of your day in praying to God. It works.
    6. Talk to your parents daily.
    7. Avoid friends who are not in UPSC journey.
    8. Pursue your hobby for 1/2 to 1 hour daily.
    9. Follow any famous personality who inspires you.
    koi fark nai penda
    Ye sab kuch nahi hota...prelims clear karna padega...tab jaake ayega motivation

    Sabka maalik domino
  • Golem said:

    pizzza said:

    A few years ago, I had amazing confidence and I always used to be optimistic about everything, i had most of the things coming in my favor, even during the most difficult of times.

    Somewhere in the middle, i lost the path, things overwhelming started tumbling down one after another, and i was buried into pessimism.

    Everywhere i see now, i just see negative things, be it in the news or in the reflection of my own life.

    I wish to rekindle the lost positivity and ignite a spark of confidence through this thread.

    I will be sharing things related to optimism and also convey my gratitude for all the positive things that i come across, on a regular basis.

    I hope to see a few good souls joining me in this journey towards brilliance.

    Gone through the same phase.
    But someone has rightly pointed out, "No one can ignite positivity in you, except you".

    First of all stop punishing yourself. Stop the act of self talking especially that goes in your mind.

    If you want to regain the old path, you may follow few of these.
    1. Wake up early, See the Sunrise.
    2. Have a routine and follow it, no matter what. It's tough but the most effective way to kill pessimism.
    3. Eat well.
    4. Reward yourself.
    5. Devour few minutes of your day in praying to God. It works.
    6. Talk to your parents daily.
    7. Avoid friends who are not in UPSC journey.
    8. Pursue your hobby for 1/2 to 1 hour daily.
    9. Follow any famous personality who inspires you.
    koi fark nai penda
    That is pessimism. Fark tbhi padega jab Apne aap Ko fark padne layak bnaoge.

    Jaise ki.. Govt kitna bhi Nirmal Bharat Swachh Bharat kar le koi fark nhi padne wala.. tb tak jab tak log Apne aap Ko fark padne layak bnayenge.
  • domino said:

    Golem said:

    pizzza said:

    A few years ago, I had amazing confidence and I always used to be optimistic about everything, i had most of the things coming in my favor, even during the most difficult of times.

    Somewhere in the middle, i lost the path, things overwhelming started tumbling down one after another, and i was buried into pessimism.

    Everywhere i see now, i just see negative things, be it in the news or in the reflection of my own life.

    I wish to rekindle the lost positivity and ignite a spark of confidence through this thread.

    I will be sharing things related to optimism and also convey my gratitude for all the positive things that i come across, on a regular basis.

    I hope to see a few good souls joining me in this journey towards brilliance.

    Gone through the same phase.
    But someone has rightly pointed out, "No one can ignite positivity in you, except you".

    First of all stop punishing yourself. Stop the act of self talking especially that goes in your mind.

    If you want to regain the old path, you may follow few of these.
    1. Wake up early, See the Sunrise.
    2. Have a routine and follow it, no matter what. It's tough but the most effective way to kill pessimism.
    3. Eat well.
    4. Reward yourself.
    5. Devour few minutes of your day in praying to God. It works.
    6. Talk to your parents daily.
    7. Avoid friends who are not in UPSC journey.
    8. Pursue your hobby for 1/2 to 1 hour daily.
    9. Follow any famous personality who inspires you.
    koi fark nai penda
    Ye sab kuch nahi hota...prelims clear karna padega...tab jaake ayega motivation

    Bhai.. idhar log prelims kya mains bhi clear karne k Baad bhi pessimistic, negative aur depressed hain.. Being pessimistic is a habit. Bad habit. You need to change it.
  • Golem said:

    domino said:

    Golem said:

    pizzza said:

    A few years ago, I had amazing confidence and I always used to be optimistic about everything, i had most of the things coming in my favor, even during the most difficult of times.

    Somewhere in the middle, i lost the path, things overwhelming started tumbling down one after another, and i was buried into pessimism.

    Everywhere i see now, i just see negative things, be it in the news or in the reflection of my own life.

    I wish to rekindle the lost positivity and ignite a spark of confidence through this thread.

    I will be sharing things related to optimism and also convey my gratitude for all the positive things that i come across, on a regular basis.

    I hope to see a few good souls joining me in this journey towards brilliance.

    Gone through the same phase.
    But someone has rightly pointed out, "No one can ignite positivity in you, except you".

    First of all stop punishing yourself. Stop the act of self talking especially that goes in your mind.

    If you want to regain the old path, you may follow few of these.
    1. Wake up early, See the Sunrise.
    2. Have a routine and follow it, no matter what. It's tough but the most effective way to kill pessimism.
    3. Eat well.
    4. Reward yourself.
    5. Devour few minutes of your day in praying to God. It works.
    6. Talk to your parents daily.
    7. Avoid friends who are not in UPSC journey.
    8. Pursue your hobby for 1/2 to 1 hour daily.
    9. Follow any famous personality who inspires you.
    koi fark nai penda
    Ye sab kuch nahi hota...prelims clear karna padega...tab jaake ayega motivation

    Bhai.. idhar log prelims kya mains bhi clear karne k Baad bhi pessimistic, negative aur depressed hain.. Being pessimistic is a habit. Bad habit. You need to change it.
    I know pizza ...my answer after knowing him personally..
    Sabka maalik domino
  • Seeed said:

    So many social threads on forum are meant for moral boosting. But I think they all have become a place for the expression of frustation. In real world I don't talk much. Atleast i don't express my emotions so openly. But here I did. Because I don't care if someone is listening or not. Whether I will get a response or not. Afterall I barely know anyone here. but repeated expression of frustation made me conscious of my frustation a bit too much. As a result I became much more weaker. Emotions are not meant to be expressed at a public place in a wrong manner in front of undesirable people. But I did a mistake of not considering this virtual platform a public place.

    Anyways, when we fail and when we have little clue regarding what could be a winnable solution, we become anxious or restless and a bit pessimistic. Things are uncertain. These gratitude and positivism initiatives are no doubt good. But they are not the right cure. It may end up making one more sad than before.

    kya baat ...kya baat ...kya baat ....taaliyan for first paragraph ......
    कह गए
    :blush:
  • i love you all even while knowing we are never going to meet in real life. anyways if we meet i wont like you for sure :lol: :lol:
  • kya hai ye sab?
  • When I feel negative this is what I do

    Reatil therapy I go for shopping
    Ego booster I take easy tests I score better I feel better
    I talk to people who make me feel better for ex my mom

  • edited April 1
    Bad_Bunny said:

    kya hai ye sab?

    Unofficial पागलखाना :)
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  • Bad_Bunny said:

    kya hai ye sab?

    Unofficial पागलखाना :)

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