These days, sadly, the world is filled with negative thoughts, negative energy, and too many negative people. All you have to do is read the comments section of any article or go on a message board, and you will see people leaving negative feedback on the even the most positive articles. It can be very depressing and sad when there is so much negativity in the world. Instead of lifting each other up, we are tearing each other down. We could all use a little kindness and it truly does go a long way. You can brighten someone’s day or put a smile on their face.
Just imagine how much better your day would be if you filled it with positive thoughts instead of negative ones. We all have bad days and we all have things happen to us that we would prefer didn’t happen. We wake up on the wrong side of the bed or everything turns out poorly for us. Because we are human beings, we make mistakes, screw up, and are going to have bad days. No one is immune to them. The folks at QNET are looking for ways to turn those bad days into good days. Instead of getting down in the dumps, you ask yourself, “What can I do to make this better?”
With the RYTHM Foundation initiative, they are starting the the Positive Thoughts Project, which is aided by HomePure. On the Facebook link, you simply leave a positive thought or comment that comes to mind. It’s that simple! If there are 500 comments in the first two weeks, which I’m sure there will be, QNET will donate a special HomePure RED to Taarana, which is a school for students with special needs. Not only that, if there are an additional 500 comments during the second phase, they will donate HomePure RED to Rashid Centre, which is a center for the disabled in the UAE.
You can submit up to 3 posts, so the sooner you comment, the better! This is showing that we don’t need to live in a negative society and positivity truly is possibility. It can change the world for the better and help out those in need. That’s what QNET is all about and why they are a company that people are proud to be associated with, as they stand for what is right and good in this world.
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