Some people see the glass as half full, while others see the glass as half empty. You see, they’re both right but that’s not the point. The age-old saying is used as a representation of a person’s personality, their perspective on circumstances. Let’s say it’s raining cats and dogs outside. The half full person would say, “It’s a great day to stay indoors and do the laundry.” The half empty perspective is this: “Nothing good happens when it rains. Just look at all the puddles in the driveway.”
Now it’s about to get real. Check out my TV.
Would you say my TV is half working and I should enjoy it for all it has to offer? Or would you say it’s half broken and how am I supposed to watch episodes of White Collar like this?
It’s all a matter of perspective, friends. To sum up, I think both the glass half full person and the half empty person would agree it’s time for me to start looking for new a TV.
-Out of the Wilderness