Like a radio, in life we’re given a number of “stations” to choose from. All throughout the day, there are different tunes. Some are toxic. Some are uplifting, encouraging and motivating. Some are down right disheartening.
If you’re going to become your best self, you’re going to have to take control of the “radio dial.” Sometimes, you may have to change the frequency. Tune into the station that will cause you to come up higher. Listen to what encourages you to fulfill your dreams and come into your God-given destiny!
When you hear the negative, defeating voices of doubt, fear and condemnation, right then and there change the frequency. Tune into the voice of the Most High God. It’s the positive voice of reassurance and boldness.
It’s the Creator of the universe who will breath new life into you during times of distress. When a critic or naysayer plays a sad song, tune into a higher frequency. Play a song of praise- A song that will bring about joy to your day and uplift the Father.
You see, when you listen to the radio, there are all kinds of stations. There are many genres of music. Some are toxic and some are encouraging and enlightening. If you’re not careful, you’ll allow the wrong influences to come in and bombard your mind with negativity. Remember, what goes in is what comes out.
In the same way, you have to take charge in life. If your friends are gossiping and talking negative, change the station. Either disengage from the conversation or take some initiative. Change the subject to a more positive and uplifting one.
When you wake up in the morning, immediately tune into the positive station. Let this station influence you to smile, put a pep in your step and look at the silver lining. This will make all the difference. Before you know it, your days will take a turn for the better as you charge forth on your journey of life!
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