You may have heard the story last month about an Australian schoolgirl who got a little overzealous about inviting her friends to her birthday party. Wanting to make sure her classmates knew about the party, she created an “event” on
Two friends–one an optimist and the other a pessimist–could never quite agree on any topic of discussion. One day the optimist decided he had found a good way to pull his friend out of his continually pessimistic way of thinking.
Most people spend four to eight years going to school to learn how to do it. Once we are done with learning how to do it, most Americans spend a minimum of 80,000 hours–or 10,000 days–of their lives doing it.
Bad news. And then, more bad news. Open up the newspaper or watch the news these days and it seems there’s nothing but bad news in front of you. A recent double murder at a hotel in Alabaster, including one