Expect the Best.
So often, we spend our lives in "reaction mode," living under the illusion that we are simply pawns in the game of some Divine, unpredictable force. Like the weather, we await the unfolding and dress accordingly. "Rain, again? Damn!" The truth is that we are co-creators of our experience. Our attitude is the cause from which our lives are the effect.
If you expect the worst, you will undoubtedly get it (sometimes even more than you imagined!). Have you noticed how often a day that you have categorized as a "bad day," will continue to get worse, as if the conditions are reproducing? This is no coincidence. If you surrender to a negative judgment, you will have no difficulty in finding the evidence to support your belief that you are cursed and under the hand of a cruel God. You, in turn, become a magnet to the negative possibility by the very nature of your attitude.
The good news is that the same is true for the power and possibility of a great day. If you have an attitude that expects the best, you will experience the wonders of a miraculous day.
Success or sabotage? You are not merely the recipient of success; you are the creator as well.
Is this going to be an incredible day? How will you make it so?