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Attitude Brings Everything

Attitude: We have all heard the expression, “if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” But to carry on without thinking about why you failed only leads to more failure.

The ability to create is a God given gift. A gift given to everyone without exception. Thought is the first step to manifesting any creation. Thoughts are energy, they are real. Your thoughts act as magnets and attract other thoughts, people, and circumstances that harmonize with them.

Attitudes operate and adhere to certain universal laws. Without these laws there would be no order; the universe itself would sink into chaos.

The Law of Attraction states

The Law of Attraction demands that like will attract like. Much of what was once considered metaphysical, esoteric knowledge in the past is now scientific fact. Physics has shown that the principles involved in the Law of Attraction are every bit as valid as those governing the Law of Gravity. So it should come as no surprise that a bad attitude, always dwelling only on your problems, simply attracts more problems.

Attitude is everything

Attitude is everything

The idea of attracting success by thinking about it is very appealing. So appealing in fact, people often get the wrong impression that it’s easy. Affirmations can be helpful, but mindless affirmations alone have no real value. On the other hand, once an affirmation becomes part of your belief system the subconscious goes to work attracting opportunities. It is not the success itself we attract, but the opportunity to succeed.

Our world is ruled by cause and effect

Our world is ruled by cause and effect, yet we often fail to see how this rule applies to the thoughts we think. This happens because the results of our thoughts and attitude are so far removed from the cause that we fail to see the connection.

The subconscious mind is working tirelessly 24 hours a day. It doesn’t analyze, it doesn’t judge, it simply accepts and attracts more of what the conscious mind is focused on. Are you attracting problems or solutions? Do you have a bad attitude?

By focusing on desire and showing gratitude for what you already have, the subconscious mind is given the necessary material to provide a constant stream of opportunities. Whether we take advantage of these opportunities or not is another story.

It’s impossible to operate outside the law of attraction. Consciously or unconsciously your thoughts, feelings, and emotions, determine if this law works for or against you. Stay focused on your success and reaching your goals. As one success leads to another, success becomes a habit. Problems and obstacles are seen as no more than stepping stones on the road to your ultimate goal.

Adam Boulton, Editor At LargeThe General Election hadn’t even been announced before the incoming fire began.Since Theresa May’s Number 10 had kept up its policy of not briefing journalists, I speculated on air that when the Prime Minister arrived at the plain podium waiting for her she would most likely call for that election but it was always possible there could be a personal statement about another private matter such as her health.”Tell Bunter (Adam’s nickname) that he should watch what he is saying about my boss’ health. Utterly unfounded and untrue. We will be making a formal complaint to (Sky News boss) John Ryley,” was the instant message from Fiona Hill, one of this Prime Minister’s two chiefs of staff.

Source: Sky Views: Are UK politicians starting to think they’re Donald Trump?

The US is going to honour a controversial refugee exchange deal with Australia, despite Donald Trump’s claims that it is “dumb”.Vice-president Mike Pence has said the agreement to resettle up to 1,250 asylum seekers, which was made by the Obama administration, is being fulfilled “out of respect to the extremely important alliance” between the US and Australia.But during a news conference in Sydney alongside Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Mr Pence said honouring the agreement “doesn’t mean that we admire it”.The vice-president’s trip, which is part of a 10-day tour of Asia-Pacific, is widely seen as an effort to smooth over relations with Australia.

Source: US to honour ‘dumb’ refugee exchange deal with Australia

United Airlines has U-turned on its plan to promote CEO Oscar Munoz to chairman following his response to a passenger being dragged bloodied and screaming from one of its flights.The airline called police officers to drag 69-year-old Dr David Dao from his seat to make room for airline staff after the flight was over-booked.Dr Dao, from Kentucky, required hospital treatment and later said he had injured “everything”.The company’s initial response was to blame Dr Dao, saying he had been “disruptive and belligerent” before a statement from Mr Munoz finally admitted the incident had been a “truly horrific event” and offered him a direct apology.

Source: No promotion for United Airlines boss Oscar Munoz after passenger dragging horror

Seven Manchester United fans have been killed while watching their team play on television.The group in Nigeria were electrocuted while viewing Jose Mourinho’s side play Anderlecht on Thursday night.A transformer had exploded, sending a high-powered electricity line onto the building where they were gathered.Another 11 people were injured in the incident, which happened in the Nigerian coastal city of Calabar, according to Cross River state police spokeswoman Irene Ugbo.

Source: Manchester United fans electrocuted watching match on TV in Nigeria

It is going to be another cloudy day, continuing the trend for this week.

There may be the occasional outbreak of light rain and drizzle.


A few bright spells may be possible, particularly during the afternoon.There may be a stronger breeze than in recent days and it will feel fresher.Temperatures are expected to reach highs of 13C.

Source: Live: Manchester breaking news – Tributes paid to ex-England international Ugo Ehiogu who has died aged 44 – Manchester Evening News

The man and his wife, aged in their 70s, were at their home on Stone Cross Lane North, Lowton, in Wigan, when a man – who police believe to be Andrew Evans – forced his way through the front door between 3am and 4am.The attacker was armed with a gun and a knife.The man demanded money from the couple and bungled them into the back of their own black Landrover Freelander.He drove them to a cash machine on High Street, in Golborne town centre, and forced them to withdraw hundreds of pounds.Read the full report HERE.

Source: Live: Manchester breaking news – Tributes paid to ex-England international Ugo Ehiogu who has died aged 44 – Manchester Evening News

Man attacked with machete in street

A man was attacked with a machete in Ashton-under-Lyne last night

Neighbours on a street where a man was attacked with a machete have described seeing ‘two cars pull up’ followed by ‘shouts and screams’ on Thursday evening.A 20-year-old suffered a serious hand injury in the unsettling incident on Timperley Road, Ashton-under-Lyne, at around 8.45pm.Police were called and cordoned off the area.Later on the same evening a 20-year-old man presented himself at Tameside Hospital with a serious hand injury.A trail of blood leads all the way down the road to the local shop.Read the full story HERE.

Source: Live: Manchester breaking news – Tributes paid to ex-England international Ugo Ehiogu who has died aged 44 – Manchester Evening News

More than 30 Manchester United fans are reported to have died in Nigeria after an electric cable fell on them as they watched the Reds beat Anderlecht in the Europa League.The incident is said to have happened at a viewing centre in the southern port city of Calabar.A high tension cable is reported to have fallen and at least 30 fans are said to have been electrocuted.Following the incident, Manchester United said in a tweet: “Our thoughts go out to the United fans, their friends and families affected by the tragedy in Calabar, Nigeria, yesterday.”

Source: Live: Manchester breaking news – Tributes paid to ex-England international Ugo Ehiogu who has died aged 44 – Manchester Evening News

With two convinced Eurosceptics and an equally fervent pro-European among the four contenders with a chance of reaching the run-off, France’s too-tight-to-call presidential election could conceivably break – or make – the EU. European officials and diplomats appear generally unconvinced that France, a core member of the bloc, will actually leave – an idea touted, not always forcefully, by the hard-left candidate, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, and his far-right rival, Marine Le Pen. More worrying, and perhaps mo

Source: How France’s presidential election could break – or make – the EU | World news | The Guardian

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