Les Miserables by Victor Hugo is not about positive thinking.
It is about poor people living in France in the 19th century.
I have read this book. Now, what would one do back then if they
lost their job and worried about the rent they have to pay and
about basic things they need for living? They would probably sell
their furnitures and other items to buy stuff like bread and butter.
Now, it's the 21st century. What if you lose your job but still have
money in your account? Do you need other people to pity you?
Do you need people to tell you that you may be out of money one day?
Why won't people think positive about your ability to run that
business named your life?