Half Empty Isn’t Bad?

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Hello everyone and welcome back. This week I wanted to focus on something that people can perceive to be negative and show how it can easily be turned into a positive.

So let’s get to it….

We all know about the glass half empty, glass half full saying. If you see the glass as half full, you are an optimist. On the contrary, if you see the glass as half empty, you are a pessimist. Both of these can be true, but let’s focus on the glass being half empty.

This is seemingly a negative statement. But in pursuit of finding positives in our everyday life, I wanted to share how viewing your glass as half empty may not be such a bad thing.

 Allow me to explain.

I picture my glass as the world. And I picture the world having endless opportunities to learn and grow, so I choose to see my glass as half empty because I have not yet seen much of what the world has to offer. I do plan on attempting to fill my glass up as much as I can, in which my glass will still be far from full just for the simple fact there is always room for improvement, always more room to fill our glass.

I like to look at my glass in this aspect because there is much more room left to learn and be open to what the world has yet to unveil. With a half empty glass, I am able to allow my mind to be open to new experiences, lessons, and most importantly, life.

And remember, there will be times when some dirt finds its way into our glass. For these times, we should simply tip our glass, pour out what is not wanted, and replace it with whatever we choose to drink.

Half Empty or Half Full, Pesssimist and Optimist View

Work to find a positive in what others may think is a negative. Focus on positive, and you will see more positive. It can be can done, and we all can do it. It is so easy for us to let negative run our lives, but we can all think positive and find positive in every situation.

Thanks for reading and keep a positive mindset. You can do it.

Think Positive. Half Empty Isn’t Bad.

Think Positive. Live Positive.

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Half Empty Isn’t Bad?

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