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*this* John W. Hays' take on things and experiences

Thinking Positively

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It makes simple sense to me. Repetitive thought develops paths and synapses in our brains. What we are thinking grows pathways and releases chemical reactions in our bodies. When something difficult comes to us, we can simply be with the experience, but we don’t need to hold on to it. We can let it go and replace it with something positive.

We had a wonderful time with our chickens. Rocky was a great addition to our experience. Cyndie and I are working on filling our minds with the best memories of our hens and the challenge of finding their hidden eggs. We hear their calm chicken conversations and Rocky’s blustery crowing still in our ears.

We have eggs and plans to incubate some of them.

The sooner we release the tragedy of the dramatic losses that happened in such a short span of time, the better. We are noticing the flowers blooming across our forest floor. We are growing pathways in our brains with visions of a world we want to bring into being.

We are thinking positively.

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Written by johnwhays

April 26, 2021 at 6:00 am

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  1. Stephanie says in such circumstances: nothing is lost, just recycled: what could be more natural…? Another response here is: everything has its time… so yes, things make sense: that is the way it is. I find this grounding and helps release emotion softly…

    Ian Rowcliffe

    April 28, 2021 at 5:48 am


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