I subscribed to The Painters Keys. It's a bi-weekly email from a very prolific writer and painter. He always has great stories and advice and I always find both inspirational. What gives his emails extra depth are the reader comments he invites. He calls that section "Current Clickback". Those opinions/stories are always interesting and they are filled with inspirational paintings. I have subscribed to the email for quite awhile but typically do not get a chance to read them as they come in. So I often take a block of time to go through the last few month of emails. The "Clickback" from a few months ago started out with "Our attitudes determine our accomplishments". The person talked about people having either a "glass is half-empty" or a "glass is half-full" attitude. The writer thought perhaps that the half-empty folks were destined to have emptier and emptier glasses, while the half-full folks were bound to have fuller and fuller ones? I've always been a glass in half-full kind of person, thankful and happy for the blessings I have been given. I do on occasion dwell on the half-empty glass and it is in these times that I need to remind myself that the glass really IS half-full. How about you?