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Proof Positive: Happy Beginnings - Proof Positive #1 - cover

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Proof Positive: Happy Beginnings - Proof Positive #1

John Marine

Publisher: John Marine

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Summary

Our lives and society are ripe with negativity.  With so much negative in our lives, it can be tough to think positively.  Proof Positive by John B. Marine is a supplement to help people think about things to be positive about.  It is a collection of basic thoughts as well as advice to common and uncommon life issues.  The Proof Positive series will take on a number of individual topics.  The first installment, "Happy Beginnings" looks at positivity and negativity in general, and it also focuses in on basic thoughts and items to help people begin to think positively.  All thoughts are expressed on a personal, passionate, and calming level in plain English.  It is time to defeat negativity in our lives and in society with positivity and positive thinking.
Available since: 12/11/2015.

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