optimism


Random quote of the day:

“I feel like what we need art for is a little bit of solace, a little bit of company in trying to deal with the darker stuff. And at the same time, I would never write a pessimistic book. I think writing is, by definition, an optimistic act.”

—Michael Cunningham, interview, PBS Newshour, April 19, 1999

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this random quote of the day do not necessarily reflect the views of the poster, her immediate family, Lucy and Ethel, Justin Bieber, or the Kardashian Klan. They do, however, sometimes reflect the views of the Cottingley Fairies.

Random quote of the day:

“Many times people get tied to the disappointment of what failed rather than focusing on the success that awaits them in the next opportunity.”

—Scott Hamilton, The Great Eight

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Random quote of the day:

“To think in terms of either pessimism or optimism oversimplifies the truth. The problem is to see reality as it is. A pessimistic attitude can never create the calm and serene smile which blossoms on the lips of Bodhisattvas and all those who obtain the way.”

—Thich Nhat Hanh, The Miracle of Mindfulness

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Random quote of the day:

“I have found ‘pessimism’ to be in most of its forms nearly as empty as ‘optimism.’”

—Saul Bellow, interview, The Paris Review, No. 36, Winter 1966

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Disclaimer: The views expressed in this random quote of the day do not necessarily reflect the views of the poster, her immediate family, Siegfried and Roy, Leonard Maltin, or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. They do, however, sometimes reflect the views of the Cottingley Fairies.