L is for light…

14 Apr

We all know at least one person that has a bright light that shines around them. We also know people who work very hard to dim bring negativity around good people. They thrive off of it.  I try to connect with positive people while keeping the negative people at a distance. It’s less stressful and

When you get older it’s not about the quantity of friends but the quality of the friends we choose. People that walk with the light of positivity shine from a distance. People that don’t are even easier to see. Be very picky about who you keep in your inner circle. Unless they help you shine brighter don’t keep them too close.


Posted by on April 14, 2013 in Uncategorized



2 responses to “L is for light…

  1. Joyce

    April 14, 2013 at 4:26 am

    Good advice. Life is too short to be brought down by negative people.


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