Hi, welcome to our latest i ssue at Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. I thank you fordropping by today, and I hope that you’re able to find something here that’s interesting, useful,and informative! Today, I would like to share with you the motto for a positive outlook. Takegood care, and enjoy this i ssue!
Refuse to be unhappy, be cheerful instead. Refuse to let your troubles multiply, just takethem one by one. Organize your time, keep your life simple and exactly the way you want it.
Refuse to complain about things, learn to improve your surroundings and create your worldthe way you believe it should be.
Refuse to dwell on the mistakes or disappointments that are sometimes a part of life, insteadlearn how you can make things better.
Be optimistic. Be energetic and positive about the things you do, and always hope for thebest.
You’re listening to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. Believe in yourself at all timesand in all aspects of your life. Before you know it, those wonderful dreams you have believed inall your life will come true, and your life will be the happy and successful life that it was meantto be.
To Be an Optimistic Person
Do you see the glass as half-full rather than all empty? The two different answers to this question represent two different attitudes towards life — optimistic attitude and pessimistic attitude.
Optimism always leads to happiness, health and success while pessimism, by contrast, results in hopelessness, sickness and failure. That’s because optimists and pessimists deal with the same challenges and disappointments in very different ways. When things go wrong,the pessimist tends to blame himself, while the optimist looks for loop holes. The optimist feels in control of his overall life. If things are going badly, he acts quickly, looking for solutions, forming a new plan of action, and seeking for advice. On the contrary, the pessimist yields to the arrangement of fate and moves slowly. He doesn’t seek advice, since he assumes nothing can be done.
Most people are a mix of optimism and pessimism. Optimism is important in all aspects of our lives. If you can change your mind from pessimism to optimism, you can change your life.
Honourable judges, ladies and gentlemen：
Good afternoon! Today I would like to talk about the importance of keeping optimistic. When we encounter difficulties in life, we notice that some of us choose to bury their heads in the sand. Unfortunately, however, this attitude will do you no good, because if you will have no courage even to face them, how can you conquer them? Thus, be optimistic, ladies and gentlemen, as it can give you confidence and help you see yourself through the hard times, just as Winston Churchill once said, “An optimist sees an opportunity in every calamity; a pessimist sees a calamity in every opportunity.”
Ladies and Gentlemen, keeping optimistic, you will be able to realize, in spite of some hardship, there’s always hope waiting for you, which will lead you to the ultimate success. Historically as well as currently, there are too many optimists of this kind to enumerate. You see, Thomas Edison is optimistic; if not, the light of hope in his heart could not illuminate the whole world. Alfred Nobel is optimistic; if not, the explosives and the prestigious Nobel Prize would not have come into being. And Lance Armstrong is also optimistic; if not, the devil of cancer would have devoured his life and the world would not see a 5-time winner of the Tour De France.
A rose may be beautiful, or maybe not; that depends on your attitude only, and so does success, so does life. Hindrances and difficulties do exist, but if you are optimistic, then they are only episodes on your long way to the throne of success; they are more bridges than obstacles! Now I prefer to end my speech with the great British poet Shelley’s lines: “If winter comes, can spring be far behind?” Thank you!