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"I Wish...": A Sign of Insufficiency or Hope?

People use “I wish…” in different ways. Thinking primarily of the instances people use it when they state what they wish someone else would do, such as, “I wish she would have…,” “I wish he could just see that…,” or “I wish she didn’t think…,” I often think the person making the statement is pointing out her own dissatisfaction or disappointment about the other person. 375 more words


Are You a Realist?

I believe that most people fall into 3 different categories. There are those that are optimists; who see the glass half full, pessimists who see the glass half empty, and realists such as myself who see the glass half empty AND half full because well… realistically it is (but you can opt to disagree). 415 more words


Who's Been Drinking Out of My Glass?

Hello all, I have missed you. I hope all of the mothers had a wonderful Mother’s Day.

I know I have been away from the blog for a moment. 568 more words

What Will You Make of Your Glass?

Special post by Dana Rongione

I love object lessons. There’s something about them that helps me grasp spiritual lessons that otherwise elude me. However, I would like to share with you a lesson revolving around an ordinary, everyday object. 96 more words

Digging A Little Deeper

Three Landays, Half Empty

I’m starting to wonder if I dare
take the hand you hold out to me with so little care.

Studies show among modern nations
that the happiest people have low expectations. 48 more words


World Views “Glass-ified”

A Comprehensive Glass-ification of World Views

  • Optimist – The glass is ½ full
  • Pessimist – The glass is ½ empty
  • Darwin – The glass appeared at random and without cause.
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How would you "Glass-ify" your world view?