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posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 12:21 PM
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Originally posted by eleven44

Originally posted by GmoS719

Originally posted by Garkiniss

Originally posted by GmoS719

So we go from dancing to donations to fishing.
Dancing is none of these things.


They all achieve positive results. You're still looking at the glass wrong.


I'm looking at the glass from a different angle than you.
That doesn't make me wrong.


If the way you are looking at the glass
does not instill a sense of peace, calmness, and love
within yourself
then yes,
you are most certainly looking at the glass wrong.


So because I don't feel like you do about this video... I'm wrong.
Where's the humanity in forcing an opinion on me?




posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 12:28 PM
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Believe it or not, there really is a wrong way to look at the cup.

Example: Look at this glass.



Half full or half empty?

A pessimist will say, "Half empty."
An optimist will say "Half full."
A realist will say "It depends. Was the glass empty and the water was placed in there? If so, then it's halfway to being filled (or half full). Or was the glass full and someone poured out half the water (half empty)?

The crowd at that concert was an empty glass until one lone dancer added the first drop of a good time. He was willing to go out on a limb and potentially embarrass himself to make the concert more fun. The result? He made it more enjoyable for everyone, for those who participated, and for those who decided to sit and watch, and even laugh. By the end, the concert runneth over.

The point in the op is that there are people willing to make "fools" of themselves for the betterment of mankind. And yes, the desire to create joy is a positive human trait, and as apathetic as our society is becoming, an increasingly valuable one.


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posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by Garkiniss
reply to post by GmoS719
 


Believe it or not, there really is a wrong way to look at the cup.

Example: Look at this glass.



Half full or half empty?

A pessimist will say, "Half empty."
An optimist will say "Half full."
A realist will say "It depends. Was the glass empty and the water was placed in there? If so, then it's halfway to being filled (or half full). Or was the glass full and someone poured out half the water (half empty)?

The crowd at that concert was an empty glass until one lone dancer added the first drop of a good time. He was willing to go out on a limb and potentially embarrass himself to make the concert more fun. The result? He made it more enjoyable for everyone, for those who participated, and for those who decided to sit and watch, and even laugh. By the end, the concert runneth over.

The point in the op is that there are people willing to make fools of themselves for the betterment of mankind. And yes, the desire to create joy is a positive human trait, and as apathetic as our society is becoming, an increasingly valuable one.


No.



posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 12:33 PM
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Originally posted by GmoS719

No.


Debby Downer.




reply to post by eleven44
 


You made one other human being smile today. I'm calling this thread a success.
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posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 12:37 PM
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Originally posted by Garkiniss

Originally posted by GmoS719

No.


Debby Downer.




reply to post by eleven44
 


You made one other human being smile today. I'm calling this thread a success.
edit on 30-1-2013 by Garkiniss because: (no reason given)


No but seriously.
I'm not trying to be a downer.
I just don't get it. Even after your elaborate explanation.
It still doesn't make sense.
And that's ok.



posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 01:24 PM
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Originally posted by GmoS719

Originally posted by Garkiniss

Originally posted by GmoS719

No.


Debby Downer.




reply to post by eleven44
 


You made one other human being smile today. I'm calling this thread a success.
edit on 30-1-2013 by Garkiniss because: (no reason given)


No but seriously.
I'm not trying to be a downer.
I just don't get it. Even after your elaborate explanation.
It still doesn't make sense.
And that's ok.


100th Monkey theory:

(The delivery of this video is 'eh', but the information is there.)




posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 01:33 PM
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And this one.






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