10 Beautiful Positive Words That Will Bright Your Day

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Everyone wants their day to be bright. But the truth is you cannot start your day with negativity and expect positivity at the end.

There is a common saying that “a merry heart doeth good like medicine” In fact sometimes, all you need is to fine-tune your mind with positive words to feel better and have a bright day.

However, if you are ready for change, then say these words consistently to yourself and also imbibe them in your heart.

  1. Love

Love is a beautiful word that heals. It will make you forget about hurtful past and concentrate on building something great. Love yourself completely. Remember if you don’t love yourself, then it will be difficult for others to love you and also for you to appreciate love when given.

Love heals! It sees everything as perfect even when they are not. You’ll have a very bright day when the only thing that crosses your mind is love for yourself and others. In fact, the world would be a peaceful place if only everyone understands the importance of love.

  1. Beauty

The word “beauty” carries with it some great amount energy.  You will feel beautiful on the inside and outside using this word on yourself every day. It will make you bold and confident about your body and the things you do. You’ll feel extremely proud of yourself and what other people say about you won’t have any effect on you. And even though you lack some features, you still feel good about yourself.

  1. Joyfulness

The word “joyfulness” is one of those that can brighten your day and also affect other people around. Of course, you cannot be in a good mood and expect others to mourn. Always be joyful. See everything working in your favor even when they aren’t.

Light eliminates darkness. And no matter the darkness of the darkest night, it does not prevent light from shining bright. Be cheerful and the people around you would follow suit.  “A warm smile is the universal language of kindness” William Arthur

  1. Progress

Compliment yourself for every little progress you make. Do not compare yourself to others. Life is not a competition, so whatever success you achieve is worth celebrating. See yourself progressing in everything you do, whether the outcome is good or bad. “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” Frederick Douglass

  1. Safe

Don’t think of harm coming your way. Tell yourself you are safe from all evil. Do not also conceive evil thoughts against other people. Let your heart be free and do not think of harming others. “While we may not be able to control all that happens to us, we can control what happens inside us.” Benjamin Franklin

  1. Hope

You need to have hope and believe everything will work out fine. Always be positive no matter how things are going.”Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” Theodore Roosevelt

  1. Successful

Think positive in everything you do. See yourself succeeding even though achieving success in that endeavor is challenging. Remember a dog cannot give birth to a goat. It is most likely for success to come your way when you conceive it. “Optimism is a happiness magnet. If you stay positive, good things and good people will be drawn to you.” Mary Lou Retton

  1. Healthy

Don’t just think but say that you are healthy and act it. Feel grateful that you are healthy and always be optimistic. “It is health that is the real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.” Mahatma Gandhi

  1. Comfortable

Being contented will help eliminate stress. It will also prevent you from worrying too much. Be comfortable with your status and even though you make progress, see it as a step forward. I am content; that is a blessing greater than riches; and he to whom that is given need ask no more.” Henry Fielding

  1. Laugh

Do things that will make you laugh! Move with people who will also make you laugh. A simple laughter can brighten your day. It can take away stress, pain, and worries. “At the height of laughter, the universe is flung into a kaleidoscope of new possibilities” Jean Houston

 

These are 10 positive words that will put you on the right track to enable you to make the most out of life. Words are powerful. They also play a vital role in reshaping our lives. Don’t just read the words in this post but put them into action.

Author’s Bio

Betsy Randall is a researcher in social and philosophy fields at  Termpapereasy.com. She has a master degree in Eastern Philosophy that is also her hobby. She does volunteering activity at schools and orphanage houses in Florida.

 

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Positive Words to Boost Your Child’s Self-Esteem

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Self-esteem reflects one’s belief and attitude towards one’s own worth. It heavily influences choices, decisions and motivation to take care of self and explore full potential.

Development of positive and healthy self-esteem is crucial to the happiness and success of children and teenagers. Kids with high self-esteem are more probable to persistently strive for the accomplishment of their objectives and ambitions.

Those who have lower self-confidence do not consider themselves capable of achieving the goals; let important things slide and tend to be less persistent and stubborn to faceoff hardship.
They may have same goals as children with higher self-esteem but they are less stirred to pursue them to the upshot.

Parents and teachers can play a major role in boosting a child’s self-esteem.

The powerful words you say to your children, either positive or negative, stay with them for the rest of their lives. So, make sure you provide them with only positive and encouraging words to make them feel loved, competent and productive.

We have rounded up here the positive words to raise your child’s confidence and help build a positive self-image.

  • I am proud of you for giving such a great idea.
  • Thumbs Up!
  • You are doing very well.
  • That’s the best thing I have ever experienced.
  • You have done a marvelous job.
  • I’m getting excited to see what you do.
  • I knew you could do it.
  • You have worked very hard on that.
  • You speak how you feel and this is really good.
  • Thank you for putting a smile on my face.
  • You stayed so relax in that problem. I’m impressed!
  • I love hearing from you.
  • You are my hero.
  • You have solved my biggest problem. Thank You so much!
  • I always enjoy your company.
  • You are brilliant.
  • I have found you very creative.
  • Nothing can stop you from success.
  • You have figured out the solution quickly.
  • I am impressed the way you handled that.
  • You know just what to do.
  • Great! You finally did it.
  • You are a fantastic problem solver.
  • I know that was hard for you but you did it very well.
  • You are learning.
  • Failure is an opportunity to start again more wisely.
  • Amazing! How did you do that?
  • You have a sharp memory.
  • I trust you.
  • I will protect you from all around you.
  • My world is beautiful with you in it.
  • Believe you can and you are almost there.
  • It seems impossible until it is done.
  • You are brave.
  • I miss you when we are apart.
  • I feel protected with you.
  • You have a great sense of humor.
  • I know you are capable.
  • You deserve to be treated well.
  • Your choice matters.
  • Your opinions/ideas are worthy.
  • It’s fun to do things with you.
  • Your words are powerful.
  • You are my best friend.
  • You are a soft-hearted person and that’s what makes you valuable.
  • I’m grateful to have you in my life.
  • You do not need to be what others want you to be.
  • You have options.
  • You can disagree with someone you respect.
  • You never quit and this is what would make you succeed.
  • I love you.
  • You are important to me.
  • You are beautiful the way you are.
  • You have made me think about the things differently.
  • Thank you for being so helpful.

Hope, these words would help you keep your children motivated, confident and optimistic.

Practice providing your kids with positive words throughout each day. These will also help you develop a strong parent/child relationship.

Author:

Addison is journalist, social media expert and blogger. He is passionate technology writer and contributes towards mobile security, spy software for android, kids monitoring and teen issues. To know more about him follow twitter@addisonalbert55

 

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15 Positive Words Untranslatable in English to Add to Your Vocabulary

 15 Positive Words Untranslatable in English

Tim Lomas, Ph.D., a positive psychology lecturer at the University of East London, has gone see a conference at the annual International Positive Psychology Association symposium in Orlando in 2015. He came back inspired. The speaker, Finnish researcher Emilia Lahti, talked about the concept of sisu which means someone who has “extraordinary determination in the face of adversity.”

“She was describing it as this psychological skill or quality that was very integral to Finnish culture and their identity.” She presented how, despite being a Finnish word, it was an ability of all people, regardless of their native tongue that anyone could possess or cultivate.

He returned to England with an idea: To create a database of meaningful, positive words for feelings, character traits and relationships, expressed with words untranslatable in English. He wrote a paper on the topic published in The Journal of Positive Psychology that contained just over 200 words. The paper drew attention in the positive psychology and linguistics communities, and people began sharing their ideas for words to include in the database with Lomas. In 2016 The Positive Lexicography Project was born. 

The next list presents 15 positive words that can not be translated in English:

 

  1. ‘Bilita mpash’ – it comes from Bantu , a language from Central and South Africa and it means a beautiful , blissful dream ( the opposite of a nightmare) .

 

  1. ‘Trouvaille’ – it comes from French and it is a correspondent for a lucky find , something good or valuable that you discovered by chance. Most of the times it is associated with clover because it is the symbol of luck.

 

  1. ‘Agape’ – it is a Greek word that is the feeling of selfless, unconditional and devotional love for someone it is something like love but in a different way of thinking.

 

  1. ‘Hachnasat orchim’ – it comes from Hebrew/Yiddish and makes you a person that brings guests and offer hospitality and respect to strangers. This is a popular way to live in those countrys.

 

  1. ‘Kæk’ – it is a Danish word and it suggests that someone is bold, cocky (not in a pejorative sense) with a gung-ho spirit.

 

  1. ‘Samar’ – it is an Arabic word that is used when you sit together in conversation with people at sunset or in the evening.

 

  1. ‘Suaimhneas croi’ – it comes from Gaelic and it means that you are feeling happiness or contentment for finishing a task. It is a sign of perseverance!

 

  1. ‘Nakama’ – it is a Japanese word for someone that is your best friend, someone you feel deep, platonic love for.

 

  1. ‘Yuán béi’ – it comes from traditional China and it is a sense of complete and perfect accomplishment.

 

  1. ‘Apramāda’ – it is an old Sanskrit word and it means moral watchfulness or awareness of the ethical implication of one’s actions.

 

  1. ‘Singurista’ – it is a Philippines word from a dialect called Tagalog , and it’s used for someone who would not initiate an action unless certain of obtaining the desire result.

 

  1. ‘Cafuné’ – it is a Brazilian word meaning the act of tenderly running one’s fingers through someone’s hair.

 

  1. ‘Wabi-Sabi’ – it is a Japanes word for a way of living that focuses on finding beauty within the imperfections of life and accepting peacefully the natural cycle of growth and decay.

 

  1. ‘Hyggeling’ – it is a Danish word , Its “literal” translation into English gives connotations of a warm, friendly, cozy demeanor, but it’s unlikely that these words truly capture the essence of a hyggelig; it’s something that must be experienced to be known. I think of good friends, cold beer, and a warm fire.

 

  1. ‘Sewa’ – is short for the word Kar Seva, which is a Sanskrit word meaning hands or work and service, to pay homage through the act of love. Seva is the labour done with love and performed in the service of others without expectations.

 

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The top 25 positive words in English

The top 25 positive words in English

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The English language is full of many beautiful and positive words.  Often these words trigger a specific memory, pleasant thought or a dream in our minds. The words that appeal to us are often very personal and the feelings they trigger are essentially unique to you.  Here is my list of the top 25 words that appeal to me.

Ineffable

Ineffable means too great or extreme to be described or expressed in words. It reflects that feeling of awe such as what you feel when your first child is born.

serendipity

Serendipity is used to describe the occurrence and development of events by chance in a beneficial or happy way. That stroke of luck that comes at exactly the right time, out of the blue.

Ethereal

Ethereal means extremely light and delicate so that something appears not to be of this world. I associate this word with heavenly and beautiful things, such as dragonfly wings or a voice that gives you chills.

 

Iridescent 

positive words Iridescent Iridescent is a word to describe seeing luminous colors that change when seen from different angles. This positive word reminds me of carefree days blowing bubbles and watching them float away.

Epiphany

Epiphany is that sudden moment of realization or revelation. That light-bulb moment that often changes your life. Everyone needs an epiphany now and then.

Luminescence

Luminescence is when a substance gives off light without being heated such as phosphorescence and fluorescence. The fun of chasing lightning bugs or stirring up the sea and being rewarded with an eerie green glow.

Eloquence

Eloquence is persuasive and fluent in writing and speaking. Don’t we all wish to be eloquent at the right times? What a bonus when you can give a speech and engage your entire audience!

Sonder

Sonder is the realization that every random passer-by is living a vivid, complex life full of their own ambitions, worries, friends and routines, in which you might be an extra on a park bench or a lit office on their route. As a people watcher, this positive word resonates.

Effervescence

Effervescence means enthusiastic and vivacious, and also the bubbles in your fizzy drink. This reminds me of the excitement of a child, perhaps even tasting their first fizzy drink.

Magnanimous

Magnanimous means being forgiving or generous to someone who is not a friend or is less powerful than you. I think we all need to be magnanimous and this world would be a better place.

Benevolent

Benevolent means being kindly and well meaning. Similar to magnanimous, except this kindness being expressed to anyone. Being benevolent has its own rewards, and it makes you feel great too.

Amusement 

Amusement means enjoying entertainment or finding something funny.  The world needs more laughter and we should be able to find amusement in most situations, even laugh at ourselves.

Contentment

Contentment is a state of satisfaction and happiness.  I believe that for most of us, life is about striving for contentment. Appreciate the small things to find contentment in your daily life.

Determination

Determination is a firmness of purpose.  Achieving anything in life takes determination. Set the goal and succeed through determination.

Dignity

Dignity is being worthy of respect or honor.  I like to believe everyone should be afforded basic dignity as a right especially our elders, who have so much to share if we listen.

Flourishing

Flourishing means thriving, developing successfully and rapidly. We all want something to flourish: flourishing bank balance, perhaps a flourishing business, a flourishing garden. What a versatile and evocative word.

Harmonious

positive words Harmonious

Harmonious has three lovely meanings tuneful, forming a pleasing whole, free from dissent and disagreement. I like the peaceful feel this word has, like music from a waterfall.

Lustrous

Lustrous is basically a nicer word for shining. I like to think of this positive word as being used for hair and eyes, giving a description extra depth and reflection.  Who wouldn’t want lustrous hair?

Noble

Noble has a number of meanings, but I like the one which refers to a person showing high moral principles or good personal qualities. I like to think that our aim as humans should be to strive to be noble.

Respect

Respect is the feeling of admiration due to their abilities, achievements or qualities. It also refers to giving the necessary regard for other people’s rights and feelings. Although for most people, respect is something that is earned, but we should offer basic respect to all humans.

Laughter

Laughter is the sound of someone laughing. This sounds more than almost any other has a way of lifting spirits. Laughter is contagious and makes us feel good.

Tranquility

positive words Tranquility

Tranquility is the state of being calm and tranquil. We all need this sort of peace in our lives now and then to regroup.

Unconditional

Unconditional means there are no conditions attached. I prefer this word as part of the phrase unconditional love. A love that transcends everything, there are no ifs and buts, a love that offers everything without demanding anything.

Smiling

Smiling is laughing in a smaller, quieter way. Turning those corners of the mouth up showing a happy look. Smiling is also contagious, and when it is genuine, it lights up your whole face.

Hope

Hope is the expectation that something will happen. Even when situations are dire, keeping hope alive is what makes the human spirit fight through the worst of situations. Never lose hope.

 

Those are my top 25 positive and uplifting words, what are yours?

  

 

The Five Most Beautiful Words in The English Language

The Five Most Beautiful Words in The English Language

the five most beautiful words in the English language

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Effervescent

This word comes at the top of this list because it is one of my favourites. Effervescent means for something or someone to be bubbly and excitable. It reminds me of luxurious champagne and laughs, I believe that it is one of those words that does what it says on the tin and makes you feel the way that it sounds.

 

Eloquence

To be eloquent has a regal and poised tone to it. Eloquence is to be well spoken and fluent in the language that you speak in. Even the way that it rolls off of the tongue is articulate.

 

Serenity

This word on its own transports me to a calm, peaceful beach. It reminds me of ocean sounds and walking along the sand in a hot place (being from England all a girl can do is imagine). This word allows me to go to that place and escape the rain!

 

Giggle

Giggle is a silly word that gives a fun feeling alongside it. Friendship, excitement and cheerfulness come to mind when I hear this word.

 

Unity

In the world that we live in today, this is possibly one of the most important words in the English Language. Coming together as one might not fix all of the problems in the world, but it is sure to go a long way.

 

I have given you my favourite words in the English Language, now it’s your turn! Comment what you think the most beautiful words are in the English Language below.

 

 

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