A New Day is dawning in our nation and in our world. It is a day that will provide all of us a new and unique opportunity to be positive-to do something positive-to change our own lives for the better and then impact our families and homes, our schools, our communities, and then our world in a positive and wonderfully magical sort of way.
Harold asks you to join him in making March 1, 2007, the first, most positive day in the history of our country and our world.
Harold says, “This day, the first ever, Be Positive-Do Something Positive Day, in our nation and world`s history, will be all about people starting the day out with a positive thought or meditation and then living out their day in a positive manner. The day will be about each and every one of us being positive and doing at least one “small” positive thing for at least one other person." Harold asks, "Can you imagine the results if everyone in our communities, our states, our country or our world joins together and actively participates in being positive and in doing something positive for one other person on March 1, 2007?" He states that he believes, "It is beyond our ability to grasp-the significance; the enormity of the impact and of the results that would occur in our world if we all do just one “small” thing to feel more positive and then actually do one positive act for the benefit of another. And, the good news about this momentous day,” he says, "is that it does not even have to cost you, or me, anything to participate if we do not want to spend any money, or if we don’t have any extra money to spend! We do not have to spend one blasted cent if we do not want to. We can just speak a positive word here and there added with our warm and inviting smiles, as well as create our own hand-made cards, or send an e-mail and presto, magic, something wonderful-yes, even magical-will happen." Harold asks all of us to consider, "What have we got to lose for at least trying?" "Nothing," he states and he adds, "We only have everything good to gain if we even minutely succeed in our efforts.
Harold reminds us, "In light of the fact that we all want to be more positive on a personal level, and we want our families and homes to be more positive and happier, AND as we most definitely, want where we work or go to school to be more positive and safer, it is very important that each and every one of us participate personally in some way in this day, on March 1, 2007." He asks, "Imagine our communities and our world being just a “little” more positive, a little happier, safer...and better, only if for just one day?" It sort of reminds him of the words of the song, “Imagine” written and sung by John Lennon years ago. Harold concludes, "We have nothing to lose and everything to gain by trying to be more positive and by doing more positive things in our families and homes, schools and work places, communities and country so...Please join him & together let’s all make March 1, 2007 the most positive and the most wonderful day we have ever experienced and lived.”