Human history tells us that positivity is always a good and a great idea.
However, in times of quarantines and mass isolations due to pandemics, where our human minds are in great stress and depression, positivity and positive thinking are needed for one reason more than in other times.
And that reason is or means here to keep us or our human existence closer to what is human.
So that’s why now, in our time, we logically need to value positivity or any form of positive thinking more than ever.
But, well, what does it mean to be positive? Or how can we be positive? one may ask here.
To explain my philosophy, allow me to take the example of a garden here.
So, for example, suppose that we, humans, have in front of us a garden, that is made half with dry and shrivelled flowers. And half with blooming daisies and all sorts of blooming plants.
Now, while we watch this garden together like a single humanity, the question is, where do we focus? On the blooming daises and others sorts of blooming plants? Or do we focus on dry and shrivelled plants?
A positive mind here would br…