I’m the extreme optimist. In reality, that glass is barely 1/4 full, but I’ll insist that there is more than enough!
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“Who drank half my water?”
I am either a realistic optimist, or an optimistic realist. Because the government has altered the molecular structure of my glass– as they have done with every person– so that they can spy on me, I am going to break the code and parlay the gathered intelligence into a new profit center on ebay, offering glasses which are immune to secret government spying; that is, I would do that if glasses even existed. 😛
Glen Woods’s last blog post..of dreams to come and those that once were
How about the cynic?
All your ideas are stupid. lol
Or better yet, cups are stupid.
Cups are my preciousssssssssss.
Glen Woods’s last blog post..Measuring Goals in Childrenâ€™s Ministry
Technically the glass is completely full…it is comprised of part air and part liquid. The symbolism of the half empty/half full glass has always been based on the assumption that the liquid is what’s of value. Why have we been so prejudiced against air anyway? The glass is full…it’s always full…and it is my attitude that keeps me blinded to “only the liquid is valuable”…but if I see liquid and air as equals…IT’S ALWAYS FULL…so…I should practice in life looking at things that don’t SEEM valuable and see their value…and oh…is life full then!
I’d say I’m a philosophist…yes…I know that’s not a word.