Saturday, March 27, 2010

Maybe everything has been done before, but that doesn't mean new interpretations don't exist.


"Is the glass half empty or half full", is a philosophical question that has long been misunderstood. The most common perception of "Is the glass half empty or half full" has been that if you think the glass is half full, you are an optimist, and if you think the glass is half empty, you are a pessimist. This is wrong!

If you think the glass is half full, you might just be an overconfident, procrastinating, lazy individual who does not plan for the future properly.

If you think the glass is half empty, you might just be a hands on, competently aware individual who believes in having the necessary resources to weather future situations.
Another common mistake made about whether the glass is half empty or half full is the belief that each viewpoint is in opposition to the other one.
I thought the real reason people notice if the glass is half empty or half full is because they want more -Alessandro Machi

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