The Positive Roller Coaster

Enthusiastic kids who take their roller coaster rides extremely seriously will do everything in their power to make sure they have the right kind of companions in their cart. They will know exactly where they want to sit and who they want to sit with. They would fight with the taller guys to sit behind them. They would make the scared ones sit at the extreme end so that there is no puking or praying disturbing their ride. While some of you might think of these kids as bullies, I think we have something to learn from them.

Let’s assume life to be a roller coaster ride, to make your ride fun and enjoy it to the fullest you have to be selective of people in your cart. You have to have some seats reserved for people who inspire you. Some for those who help you stay positive. Have people who care about you along with people who you care about.

positive roller coaster

You have to be very careful of whom you want to move forward in your life with. Negative, jealous, doubtful are all traits of people that need to be stopped from getting into your cart, because once they do enter, the ride would end up being a drag. And what’s a roller coaster if it’s not running on its full speed?!

Creating the right kind of environment for your self is a very crucial step for success. Inviting people with positive energies in and repelling the negative ones is a job that needs to be done in order to lead a happy life.

To make the ride smoother it is convenient if people in your cart are heading in the same direction as you. By this I do not mean you could only include people from same work backgrounds or similar religious beliefs. You are supposed to choose people who have similar directives in life as you. For example if you are a student who is aiming to top the university, people who are driven to make their lives better than others would likely be better companions than your artistic best friend who wants to drop out of college to focus on life philosophy.

When we complain about people not supporting us or people bringing us down we need to ask ourselves why we gave them the permission to step inside our cart. Contemplate if these people are worth riding with, do you want to put them on a farther seat or totally chuck them out. Here you have to make a decision for yourself; either you could have these people in your life and make your life slower or be a little selfish and ask them to leave.

I would love to know what kind of people you would like to add in your cart, please comment down below. If you like what I write and you would want to give me some encouragement share this post on twitter, tumblr and facebook, because those things help.


One thought on “The Positive Roller Coaster

  1. Hi happy wappy blog I had subscribed to your blogs long time ago now. My name is digant. I am from Nagpur. We, some of us, have started a newspaper in Nagpur called bloom. Have a look at our website. http://www.bloomnagpur.com. We have also decided to publish only positive inspirational stories for the readers. First six months we had printed bloom and we have now moved it online by posting the posts online itself. If everything you also seems fine, we would like to associate and would like to publish some of the stories on our blog. What say? Let us know.

    Digant

    On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 9:50 PM, the happy wappy world wrote:

    > thehappywappyblog posted: “Enthusiastic kids who take their roller coaster > rides extremely seriously will do everything in their power to make sure > they have the right kind of companions in their cart. They will know > exactly where they want to sit and who they want to sit with. The” >

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