Delete Negativity Quotes

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Delete, delete, delete. No way am I letting their negativity mess me up. I have enough to worry about.
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Sharon M. Draper (Out of My Mind)
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Success has no other shortcuts apart from the ones that tell you; control thoughts, delete negativity, alternate actions and shift attitudes to become positive! Click on passion, it opens a new window for you to sign in on time!
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Israelmore Ayivor (The Great Hand Book of Quotes)
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Every day your mind will receive data both good and bad. You have the power to keep the good and delete the bad. Get rid of the negative thoughts in your mind and you will rid yourself of the negativity in you.
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DeWayne Owens
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c’mon, delete all negative thoughts, Carole, release the past and look to the future with positivity and the lightness of a child unencumbered by emotional baggage life is an adventure to be embraced with an open mind and loving heart
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Bernardine Evaristo (Girl, Woman, Other)
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Do you ever have a negative thought in your head?” Rick asked. β€œUsed to, then I figured out that positive can’t survive in a negative atmosphere, so I have a mental β€˜Delete’ button that I press real often. Do you have bad thoughts?” she asked.
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Carolyn Brown (Small Town Rumors)
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How to make life peaceful and happy? The answer is simple and easy: Just delete all negative and destructive people from your life always and forever. Neither remorse nor emotional reaction. It's your turn to take action. Now, soulfully enjoy your life as the way you love. It's amazingly peaceful and happy life!
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Lord Robin
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9. Your Photo Album Many people have a photo album. In it they keep memories of the happiest of times. There may be a photo of them playing by the beach when they were very young. There may be the picture with their proud parents at their graduation ceremony. There will be many shots of their wedding that captures their love at one of its highest points. And there will be holiday snapshots too. But you will never find in your album any photographs of miserable moments of your life. Absent is the photo of you outside the principal’s office at school. Missing is any photo of you studying hard late into the night for your exams. No one that I know has a picture of their divorce in their album, nor one of them in a hospital bed terribly sick, nor stuck in busy traffic on the way to work on a Monday morning! Such depressing shots never find their way into anyone’s photo album. Yet there is another photo album that we keep in our heads called our memory. In that album, we include so many negative photographs. There you find so many snapshots of insulting arguments, many pictures of the times when you were so badly let down, and several montages of the occasions where you were treated cruelly. There are surprisingly few photos in that album of happy moments. This is crazy! So let’s do a purge of the photo album in our head. Delete the uninspiring memories. Trash them. They do not belong in this album. In their place, put the same sort of memories that you have in a real photo album. Paste in the happiness of when you made up with your partner, when there was that unexpected moment of real kindness, or whenever the clouds parted and the sun shone with extraordinary beauty. Keep those photos in your memory. Then when you have a few spare moments, you will find yourself turning its pages with a smile, or even with laughter.
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Ajahn Brahm (Don't Worry, Be Grumpy: Inspiring Stories for Making the Most of Each Moment)
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These were my people; cells in my best image; my negation and deletion. In seeing them, I named them, and they began to spurt. She leaned with her whole life to kiss me. I was awake again and so was Darrel, the most awake we’d ever been. I walked through the kitchen over the piles of sleeping or prone pleased bodies to pretend I could see out through the mirror over the window to the flat backyard.
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Blake Butler (Three Hundred Million)
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Social media is biased, not to the Left or the Right, but downward. The relative ease of using negative emotions for the purposes of addiction and manipulation makes it relatively easier to achieve undignified results. An unfortunate combination of biology and math favors degradation of the human world. Information warfare units sway elections, hate groups recruit, and nihilists get amazing bang for the buck when they try to bring society down. The unplanned nature of the transformation from advertising to direct behavior modification caused an explosive amplification of negativity in human affairs.
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Jaron Lanier (Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now)
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He nods, looking through the pictures on the screen on the back of his camera. Some relationships can only exist as memories. But unlike ephemeral digital images that can be sorted and deleted, we can’t erase the past. We have to learn to live with all the images that are stored in love's archive, memories tagged good and bad. No Photoshopping. Accept the negative before moving forward.
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Shannon Mullen (See What Flowers)
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Sometimes I wonder how it feels like to be nothing at all Shattered and lonely, just fearing downfall. When the world hits you hard, smashes you down, Where the people you loved are forever gone. Sometimes I wonder if happiness existed Sadness would not be any of our business. Sometimes I wonder if I’ll ever feel complete The negativity to my life will automatically delete. Sometimes I wonder how it feels like to be nothing at all. Shattered and lonely, just fearing downfall.
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Sophia Abid (I Wear a Wig)
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Our mind is a powerful processing machine with a small storage capacity. Save the positive thoughts, delete the negatives.
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Sukant Ratnakar (Quantraz)