Tame your Thoughts!

We have been created to live our life in freedom, health, and wealth. If our life doesn’t look like that, it means we block ourselves by our thoughts. Our thoughts are very powerful instruments.

Our life is in our hands, but we must learn to gain the control of our thoughts. Our thoughts become our reality. To start noticing our thoughts first we should learn to notice our feelings. Remember that our feelings are monitoring our thoughts for us. Our feelings are telling us whether our thinking thoughts are good for us or not. If we become more and more conscious of how do we are feeling, then we become more and more aware of what we are thinking. And if we know how to control or thoughts then we know how to control our mind for our good.

We can choose our thoughts. Nobody in the world can put a thought in our head without our permission. Our mind belongs to us! It’s our job to control our thoughts! Choose those thoughts who will bring you the results you want.

Thanks for reading 💗,


© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

Thursday photo prompt: Setting

Copyright Sue Vincent

Among all other feelings, love is only emotion that ties stranger in life and evolves happiness.
And happiness is like shadow of the evening, which increases with the setting sun of life.

With love,

This is a response to the #writephoto Prompt – Setting curated over at Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo.

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Feature Image Courtesy: Sue Vincent
© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

Hand written letters : Are real treasures

My Mom asked me to clear my old bookshelf, where I found old bag full of old letters and greeting cards…woo old memories of nineties came in front of me. Birthday cards, letters from friends and cousins. I remember receiving letters and cards always put smile on my face 🙂

In today’s time we people communicate through Facebook, watsup, Skype or email. But we definitely loosing something. Text messages cannot be treasured in the way, my teenage letters and postcards have been for a years. Emails and text messages cannot replace excitement and thrill of receiving and opening personal letter.

I always love getting cards and postcards from someone I love. Letters were way to express our feelings and thoughts which I found difficult through text messages and emails. Letters have always been nice way to show someone how you care. Now I understand that why we were close in those days and todays generation is lacking that connect.

Letter writing is an art, sometimes exciting, full of detail. Letters were joyfully received and replies penned. They were saved and treasured and often handed down through families as keepsakes and histories. An email is archived after few seconds of reading but letters you can save for years.

Writing letter adds human touch to your relationship. I feel this is reason that earlier people were more closer to each other or they understand each other more then today’s time. Sometimes letters help us express our feelings in a way that we can’t over phone,Skype,through phone or even in person.

I remember my father was abroad for few years when I was kid…he use to write letters to mom which she treasured and cherished for years.

Personal letters were long things, but when was the last time you received a long, rambling email? They’re very rare, Instead they tend to be short notes with a brief bit of news, knocked off very quickly, often as we’re in the middle of several other things. They’ve changed the art of letter writing. How many people would want to save emails? Some are worthwhile, but they’re few and far between.

Compared to letters, emails are little more than an exchange of notes – and for the most part, letter writing has fallen by the wayside. I miss those good old days!

Thank you for reading ❤️

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© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

Image courtesy : Anjali