●•°° The Half Emptiness of My Cup °°•●

     That man who was pondering the cup of water for days and days or it might been for a second . Have screamed loudly saying his revolutionary concept the half is filled with water Nonetheless , his notion is a hypothesis which reflects his meditative mood in that certain day . We can't generalize it . The Half Emptiness isn't wrong and it has no affiliation with positivety or self development sessions or coaching . There is no big deal in a cup of water . The 2 concepts are not totally wrong or totally right . On the other hand , a new thought may pop out saying go and fill the cup with water or drink what's left in it , thus it will be full empty .
    Life is simple we add alot to complicated it , over thinking is one of the ways that may lead us to lose our minds . Compulsive ideas or behaviors with its destructive impact on us .
       At childhood we are given this ability of feeling free and spare from over thinking . However , as we become adults we are the only one accountable of controlling our thoughts and emotions . A mission that can go easily or hard on ourselves . It's an ordinary cup of water no one cares if it's empty or filled with water . It was significant for one person , who have sat his look to the cup as a cliche and we don't know who is he . The concept of half filled cup is wonderful . Too much light blind us to much light never usher us in the darkness . Too much positivety is wrong . We should accept life with all its colors , all its shade learn to be strong and learn to be happy . Adjust our plans when we need to and drink our cups fully to the last drop .

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Comment by Rosemary :) on September 12, 2018 at 3:42

  @ bet :) " sometimes  we get empty glass type of situation "  thanks for your beautiful  sentence   . I will make it  my day saying  :) 

Comment by Rosemary :) on September 12, 2018 at 3:39

   @ Mary  :) thanks  for your enlightenment  here  talking about  balance  in the Buddhist  philosophy   . I have really enjoyed  reading  your  words  , especially  about death  , I was in need for such a new  idea  . Thanks again  :) 

Comment by MARY on September 11, 2018 at 18:25

In one word: balance :)

I like when you mention the acceptance (but not as resignation). That meaning of acceptance and detachment is taught in the buddhist philosophy and I find very useful to have it in mind in our daily lives. For instance, when talkin' about death, that for the buddhist philosophy is not a taboo but just another phase of life, they just accept it as it is, something natural and part of our life. I think people could be more happy if, as you said, we accept life and death as it is. No symbols, no overthinkin', no fears, no nonsense afterlife theories... be happy enjoying the here and now, enjoying that you're alive and you can experience life; and when it all ends, learn to say good bye and just be happy to have been alive. That's the key for me.

Nice blog, thanks for sharing.

Comment by bet on September 11, 2018 at 4:45

Bravo! Really....you have been able to make the readers to think in a different way! Yes, life has different stages, we have to go through them all. Sometimes we get empty glass type situation some times half full, sometimes full....But we should try to make better....

Comment by Rosemary :) on September 10, 2018 at 23:36

  Thanks for the addition Roman :)

Comment by Roman on September 10, 2018 at 20:31

I just want to add, that it can depend on the quality of water too :)

Comment by Rosemary :) on September 10, 2018 at 10:43
Hi Tam ,
I liked your idea so much about filled cups they indicated satisfaction and content and show how having more must spill out leaving the whole place in a big miss . Thanks for reading my blog :)
Comment by Tam on September 10, 2018 at 6:54

Hi, Rosemary. I remember a phrase "Let it be" after reading this blog. Thinking deeply is not wrong, but we must take action after that. By the way, I have an idea about the concept of half filled cup. If a cup is fully filled with water, we can't pour new water in it.

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