Is your glass half empty or half full?


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Optimist vs Pessimist by William Arthur Ward

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galeweithers

Barbadian mother and lover of laughter; story teller and best-selling author; happy to follow God's lead and to live my mantra: "you've gotta be a rainbow in the lives of others when it rains."

5 thoughts on “Is your glass half empty or half full?”

  1. There was a time when I used to think I know it all,
    everything was black or white,
    there’re no grey scales,
    I was optimistic, and made many things,
    know I´m not sure, at all.

    Maybe the pessimist sometimes are wright,
    still think that most of the time are wrong,
    or could be that I don’t know anymore,
    if that, is what I want to thing at all.

    Someone told me that a pessimist
    is an optimist that handle information the most,
    I still want to thing that it was a joke.
    O maybe is, I’m just getting old.

    (This bad poem is on my own)
    ;o)

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  2. I am the ultimate optimist, but I don’t have my head in the clouds. I would say that I have a healthy portion of realist in me too. I don’t see the glass as half empty or half full, I see it as full, half with liquid and half with air. Just a different take.

    I did one of those right brain, left brain dominance tests a while back, and the results came back both, which is apparently unusual. I guess I am always striving for balance, whether I achieve it or not is a different story!

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