April 2016 By Jamuna Rangachari I had always wanted to set the world right. I would attend rallies, sign petitions and keep talking about what others were doing wrong. I used to read many newspapers and magazines to keep abreast of the developments within the country. I wanted to be a responsible and contributing citizen of not just India but the entire world. Only I did not know how to do this. Along with this, I was always looking for positive articles to share with my children to give them hope and optimism. Sadly, there were very few. Is it not said that the universe gives what we are looking for, albeit in its own time? I have always been an admirer of Mahatma Gandhi but found most of the initiatives taken in his name quite outdated or irrelevant. This is when the Gandhi special issue of Life Positive Plus, highlighting many initiatives using the Gandhian philosophy, fell into my lap. I subscribed to the magazine immediately and started looking forward to each issue. It brought me stories of goodness, hope and optimism and was the only magazine that made me feel better. It was Life Positive that showed me that changing the world always begins with changing oneself. Instead of just talking about others, I started thinking about what I could do in every area of life. Focussing on the positive to bring more positivity into life, may seem like ignoring or escaping from the existing problems, but, through Life Positive, I learnt the spiritual law that what you place your attention on will thrive. Later, I joined Life Positive. I wrote articles on many people doing good work in the world. Call it serendipity or grace, each article of Life Positive seemed tailormade for me. For instance, I remember the time I was a little depressed having been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Suma Varughese’s article, Karma and Grace, showed me that though I did have a challenge, it was grace that had cushioned me by showing me many alternative therapies through which I could heal myself. The article made me focus on all that I could be grateful for, instead of complaining. These measures and my focus on positivity helped me heal. Life Positive to me is a beacon of positivity, hope and all that is good in the world. A wise physician once said, “The best medicine is LOVE.” Someone asked, “If it doesn’t work?” He smiled and answered, “Increase the dose.” In the same way I feel, the best medicine for the world is positivity. If someone says, “If it doesn’t work?”, I would say, “Increase the dose.” Jamuna Rangachari writes and manages the websites of Life Positive. She has authored three books for children, compiled and interpreted Teaching Stories-I and II for Life Positive. and published a book through Hay House
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