In bad situations, I try to spin it to be positive. In certain situations when people can read into things or assume the worse, I choose to think the best in people. When a situation has the potential of being bad, I am hopeful that it won't be. I live in a world of rainbows and butterflies. Ever since my talk with my coworker I decided that its not being naive, its being on optimist; its seeing things in a different light.
I like my world of rainbows and butterflies. It's a happier and more peaceful place than being consumed with drama or negative thinking all the time. I wouldn't ever choose to leave my world for a moment.
Don't take this as being naive, because by definition, naive means "lack of experience, or information" and trust me, I have both. I have had a lot of things in my life go wrong. Things haven't always been perfect in my life. People have hurt me. I have lost trust in a lot of people, however every person and situation are different and putting other past experiences onto new ones is limiting your future.
I choose to believe in positive thinking. I believe every person has a good side to them. I believe in second chances. I believe in seeing things differently. I believe there is an end to every storm. I believe in rainbows and butterflies. Who's with me?
"And God said, 'This is the sign of the covenant that I make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for all future generations: I have set the bow in the cloud, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and the each. "