Quote of the Day
“All that a man does outwardly is but the expression and completion of his inward thought. To work effectively, he must think clearly; to act nobly, he must think nobly.” – William Ellery Channing

Things to Learn from Positive Charges, Alexander Lockhart
Along with creating your own personal affirmations, here are some positive statements you can use that will help you eliminate negative thought patterns and will produce changes in your attitude and outlook on life. Over the next 21 days repeat these statements to yourself once in the morning and once at night before retiring. You can write them out on index cards and review them several times throughout the day:
1. I believe something wonderful is going to happen to me today.

2. I am a lovable, worthwhile person capable of caring for others.
3. I am a special person. 
4. Because of my positive attitude, people are attracted to me.
5. I am a positive, exciting person to know. I am great fun to be around. 
6. I write out my goals each day. I know exactly what I want.
(…to be continued)

Here is more information on positive affirmations:
* Here is a great video: Positive Affirmations – The Tricks of Using Affirmations to Tranform, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCoNh78UC4E
* How and Why to Use Positive Affirmations as a Stress Management Tool, http://stress.about.com/od/optimismspirituality/a/positiveaffirms.htm
* The Only 100 Positive Affirmations You Will Ever Need, http://www.prolificliving.com/100-positive-affirmations/

Word of the Day (from http://www.merriam-webster.com/word-of-the-day/)


: — used to express astonishment or admiration especially in response to something sudden or speedy

Portuguese Word of the Day (from https://www.innovativelanguage.com/word-of-the-day/Portuguese)
Portuguese word: chuvisco
English translation: drizzle
Part of speech: noun (feminine)

Portuguese example: Chuvisco é uma chuva muito fina.
English example: A drizzle is a very fine light rain.

Spanish Word of the Day (from https://www.innovativelanguage.com/word-of-the-day/spanish)
Spanish word: árbol
English translation: tree
Part of speech: noun (masculine)

Spanish example: La ardilla roja está sentada en un árbol, comiendo una nuez.
English example: The red squirrel is sitting in a tree eating a nut.
French Word of the Day (from https://www.innovativelanguage.com/word-of-the-day/French)
French word: lac
English translation: lake
Part of speech: noun (masculine)

French example: L’été, on passe nos vacances dans un chalet au bord du lac.
English example: In the summer, we go on vacation to a cabin by the lake.
Have a Wonderful Wednesday,