Pages tagged with Optimist

This article is about hope. It asks the question can all hope ever be all ever lost? This question is poetically examined here within a number of short poems, My short answer is though, that all hope cannot be ever all lost. As with love, and faith, we always retain a portion of hope...
“Few of us ever live in the present. We are forever anticipating what is to come or remembering what has gone.” ― Louis L'Amour“
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Are you in the game TO WIN ~ or ~ are you just trying it out? What does winning look like to you?
A poem about optimism and growth along with an understanding of happiness and pain.
There is a method in the working of Universe which may not be apparent now. Justice will be served eventually. Our actions give us solace or boomerang on us for our willful deeds. None should shortchange others and thereby divide society for personal gains.
Life can be hard and trying. But trials come that we may learn from them and grow. This is what I learned from brain surgery.
Life can feel crazy, and maybe even sad. I know I've felt that. So here's some things to say to turn it around!
Every day is a journey, comprising of many ups and down. A true desire of success and an optimistic approach towards destination makes it easy all the way. So let us cheers and give a warm welcome to year 2013.
What was pessimism and optimism yesterday has transformed into positive and negative today.Like old wine in newer plastic bottles.Till you come to realise plastic adds to cancerous cells as they say.So nothing is safe .Not even condoms...
The whole Creation is ever alive and on the move. There is no end when there is no beginning! Enjoy the ride for eternity, taking all as part and parcel of existence and enriching every moment. Realism is our best companion in this ride.
..sometimes in life no matter how positive we try to be it doesnt work out, only time helps us get over things !
This page is about a person whoever don't lose his positive thoughts even after facing a great loss
This review is about the last lecture given by a man who had only a few more months to live as he was diagnosed of pancreatic cancer. The last lecture given by him did not focus on dying ; rather it focused on how to live and how to achieve your childhood dreams. Such is the uniquenes...
"...isms" are often the things people believe and the "...ists" are those who believe them. The first part of a series musing on some of the ones we know best.
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