As humans we innately search for the negative. The survival part of our brains are patterned to do this because it allows us to remember danger and threats, which can be very useful and at a time was a lot more necessary than today where we are not being chased by lions and tigers and bears.
It is important to remember it is not nearly as necessary today and put that in to our daily practice. And, if we meet that negativity in someone else projecting on to us, it is once again important for us to remember it is not nearly as necessary today and put that in to our daily practice.
When something catches your eye like a tree, looking at it for 20 seconds or more begins to change this patterning in the brain.
So many of us forget to notice the beautiful things and get present with what's good. We're human. One can be told they're cancer free, followed by a heavy, heavy statement of but... Not getting stuck with these preconceived ideas, we must see what's good. We create our reality.
Let's create more good in the world together.