an optimist always looks for a chance even in very bad situations..
I think of myself, as a rule, as being an optimist. Sure, I have bad days and I've endured some fairly hard times at various points of my life. But, by the grace of God, I've made it through to this writing. Hopefully, too, I've gained some wisdom along some of those bumpy paths.
I am an optimist to the end!! Thats me. Even when I am in the dumps I believe .. I will always come out fine.. with a little patience.
Agnostic. I never evaluate a situation as good or bad. I just ask the higher forces to direct me towards what is best in the
situation at hand.
I have found it is always better to look at things as the glass being half full. Being pessimistic really does not serve any good, and only puts you into a mind set of failure. Remember "The Secret" well some does hold true. Those that are optimistic, are usually the ones who will continue striving until they reach their wanted success.
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