Category Archives: The Pamela Positive

The Classic Pamela Positive: Letting It All Go, Each Day – Le Don

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Mentally, I sometimes Let It All Go, Each Day. I literally picture myself moving, and it impels action! You realize as your day unfolds how many things you have which you feel iffy about, or just ok. And that’s when they go in the give away bag. Continue reading

The Classic Pamela Positive: Obtaining the Things We Crave Most– Give

Life is Sharing
There is a wonderful mythical law that the three things we crave most in life happiness, freedom, and peace of mind are always attained by giving them to someone else.” – Peyton March Continue reading

“To be an altruist, you must first be an egoist.”


In 1919 Armenian George Gurdjieff founded the Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man in Tbilisi, Georgia, in order to serve men in peace.  Yet Mr. Gurdjieff’s commitment to helping others began with himself. It was about complete self awareness; absorption in meditation; and pushing oneself to a higher attunement to the Spirit.  In so doing, we are then able to be conscious of our own spirituality as foremost in thought. Continue reading

The Classic Pamela Positive: Deal with the Complete Person – Zig Ziglar


“Man is tridimensional (physical, mental, and spiritual). I deal with the complete person. This is the only way to have complete success.”  — Zig Ziglar

We can’t just deal with people from one viewpoint. We all have such important, varied qualities about us.  And that’s changing moment by moment… and needs to be honored moment by moment.  Who the person is holistically, when honored, brings the greatest benefit to your relationship, your environment, your work, your home.


Hilary Hinton “Zig” Ziglar is a motivational speaker, emphasizing Christian values and achieving success in all areas of life.  He is the author of nine books, including See You at the Top and Raising Positive Kids in a Negative World.

The Classic Pamela Positive: Start by Listening


“My goal is to extract a design that emerges from the essence of the music rather than to decorate its story… This process usually takes two to three months of immersing myself in the opera by listening to it 200 to 300 times.” – Jun Kaneko

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The Classic Pamela Positive: Spending Time with People You Love and Who Love You


Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman: “It is only a slight exaggeration to say that happiness is the experience of spending time with people you love and who love you.” Continue reading