Whether you understand how magnetization works or not, at some point in your life you’ve likely been exposed to magnets or played with them or even just used them to hold up papers or pictures on the refrigerator.
The word magnet can mean something different based on the context or the person talking about it.
For example, a magnet usually pulls metallic and ferrous materials towards it, or pushes it away depending on how the poles of the magnet are facing. Using a magnet in this context is purely material and showing the usefulness of a magnet in life. I’ve used magnets to help find screws or bolts in a garage if something gets dropped I have a number of different magnetic devices to help find it. Even dropping some small screws in my living room I can find them easily with a magnetic wand.
Now that we’ve been through that, what other type of magnet will I bring up next? Have a think about this one, just for a second, imagine you’re in the middle of a field soaking up some sun rays and enjoying the day, you might feel like a magnet for the sun and possibly getting sunburned. But at that moment it doesn’t matter because the good vibes are also being magnetized toward you and you’re more than likely having a great day and pushing all of the negatives away from you like magnetic polar similarities would.
On the other end of the spectrum, when you’re having a bad day you might feel like you’re drawing in all of the bad things and nothing is going your way. In which case you’re attracting the bad and pushing away the good.
Life is all about perspective, attract the good and push away the bad.
Cheers and stay classy!
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