Peter McWilliams wrote a terrific little book entitled ‘You can’t afford the luxury of a negative thought.’
It made a very young cowboy consider that this pertains to thoughts about:
a below average day on the courts or links,
gridlock in Washinton…or on the highway,
chronic aches and pains,
highly selective trout,
It is all too common that one negative thought leads to a second
and then you’re stuck in a toxic loop that is self perpetuating.
Think again…can you summon the mental fortitude that the dust bowl of the 1930’s demanded and use it to deal with the storms that come at you today?