As a nation we generally tend to have our glass half empty
as opposed to half full.
That's the glass half-full, glass half empty
. That's exactly what I was saying earlier about our media.
We can see that as a glass half empty
or half full, and we choose to see it as half full.
Trade wars, new forms of international exploitation, geopolitical competitions, great power proxy wars, disintegrating nation states, terrorism, xenophobia, animosity against Islam, raging inequalities and injustice count among the contemporary trends that make up the glass half empty
. The challenges of humanity are eating away the achievements and opportunities of humanity.
But by taking the childlike and playful approach in "A Glass Half Empty
OPINION and optimism was divided ahead of kick-off between those of a glass half full and a glass half empty
NO contest - Kevin McCloud wins the Glass Half Empty
Award as Grand Designs returned to C4 on Wednesday.
Glass half empty
?" Arlene Robertson said:"Love the idea.
We blame the government for everything we hate about the Philippines and insist on seeing the glass half empty
rather than half full.
In a way this is a matter of culture, with one faction looking at the glass half empty
and the other at a glass half full.
Nick was a man who had a glass half full, rather than a glass half empty
, approach to life and he had a great 'can-do' mentality.
From the glass half empty
half poured silver goblet of love, life and jealousy.
At the risk of having our glass half empty
, the same facts highlighted as a positive are open to a very different interpretation.
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