Promoting the Positive within the Positive

20 Jun

sunny clouds

Digging through the mounds of news related websites scattered throughout the Internet, I sadly found nothing but heart wrenching stories. As a writer for a website that promotes nothing but positive stories, it was hard for me to swallow the information I was obtaining.

Completely understanding that there are negative things in the world; hence it’s in the press, I questioned why we must always be subjected to it? I wanted to write a brief article about the media that has a mindset focused on the positive news that tends to go unnoticed.

Never hearing about the realistic fairytales of couples married for 40+ years, you start to lose hope that the world won’t ever progress. Not being informed about the dedicated businesses that donate millions to needy charities, your heart sinks a little thinking greed sometimes gets the best of us because of the recession. Life is full of negative things. We cannot control them from happening and we cannot ignore them, but we don’t have to continually surround ourselves around them.

Life is entirely too short to constantly be reading and watching negative media. Asnotseenontv.info is one of the only websites I know of that promotes positive media. Because of this, I’d like to promote this website in honor of all its hard work and the positive influences it has on the people who read the ‘sunshine injected’ articles. Thank you.

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4 Responses to “Promoting the Positive within the Positive”

  1. Jesse June 20, 2009 at 8:36 pm #

    Its a think piece, something that makes you get into the spirit to start realizing the positive that we are surrounded by day to day. Very true and very real.

  2. Missie June 21, 2009 at 4:38 pm #

    Thank you, Jesse! I’m glad to see you enjoyed my piece.

  3. Marcie June 21, 2009 at 9:07 pm #

    Missie, thanks so much for this piece. I am looking forward to the day where positive information can be posted and read daily all of the world. As Not Seen on TV is going to be as huge as Facebook and YouTube.

  4. Missie June 22, 2009 at 3:06 pm #

    Thank you, Marcie for the comment. I hope As Not Seen on TV is going to be as big as Facebook or Youtube… I mean it really deserves to be that renowned!

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