Positive. Life's too short to be focusing on the negative. I've got enough time to do that when I'm dead.
Positive all the way. I enjoy life more now than say 10 years ago.. I agree with Syrusv37, lifes too darn short to be anything but positive.
The word 'negative' is just too.....well , negative.
I approach life in a 'realistic' way.
Hope for much, expect little. Count everything as a blessing or bonus point.
For me, it lessens the disappointment.
Others may have another view........I can't say that it is wrong, only different.
You have two choices:
...you pick. The key word is YOU. The choice is ours - I fourth the comments made so far. Positive is your only true option.
negatively, i'm definitely a pesimist
i plan for the worst case scenarioes,
that way when the worst doesn't happen, i have soemthing to be happy about
Positive thinking is very impotant in life and also an attitude that is required in business life. There is a dfference of being cautious or living with risks.
If being pessimistic prevents decisions to make progress then progress cannot happen at all. But if an optimist takes the risk then progress could happen, even if their would be the risk to fail.
And in in our daily life it is not so different. Just think if you would be a pessimist and never would talk to the women or men you are interested in, you would never find out what could have been.
An optimist may head straight forward, sure he also may does not get what he wants, but a least there is a chance.
trick question. all of us are made from frequencies that are both positive and negative that are equally balanced. we are all positive/negative people all the time. we are both, instantaneously complimentary balanced of opposites beings of "light", perceiving light.
all other views of this topic are people repressing one side or the other. we cannot be a little bit pregnant.
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