Sometimes, I'm a little down and enviously use the name O.J. Simpson (as previously a admirable, and even a great looking when compared to a previous black person, and now as a man "who did not get away with his crimes") pessimistically, but then I come to terms with it quickly and get good to my self quickly to live and function in the present. When I think about that fact deeply and personally, I begin this piece. Nobody isn't affected by even among us with pessimistic stumbles and bumps in the road that they must overcome from the bottom up. It's an aspect of living and being, of course. But those terrible, pessimistic lemons need to be turned into a positive and optimistic lemonade even by people who have everything against them and seemingly little to gain positively (yet). We need to be truthful with ourselves in the beginning, that is what I refer to as "the bare bones and the ground up" in my article. Although it can be difficult to admit our flaws such as pessimism, despair and destructive tendencies. It is essential to acknowledge them to be able to truly overcome the problem and build inner confidence and self-esteem within our own self. To be truly present and fully in our own lives, we must be present and open about our faults andvirtues fully. Without those admissions, we're in the dark for our light genuinely. For more detail please visit:- https://worldnews2day.net/ https://time4magazine.com/ https://2daymediabuzz.com/ https://healthtips7.info/ https://sportswebzone.com/ Turn the light on in your room What do you see continuously? Do not flinch, be attentive and take a long or good look at yourself. If you can and do not become scared, go insane or get weird, those are the beginning of genuine, unremitted and real inner determination and confidence. Falsely believing that you will "make it" is not a good idea either. Sometimes, it's being a totally, healthy and genuinely normal person with heart that makes you a superhero if you know what I'm talking about. Everyone enjoys the thrill of winning, but many don't like the thought of paying to win it in this manner. It is a process, and it is an amazing process that builds character and even hurts sometimes. However, for those who genuinely commit to it, it's worth it in every way that matters. Ah, the joys and pains of optimism when it's actually. Phony optimism is closing your eyes, fearfully proceeding ahead, and hoping that things won't go down. over, go wrong or fail to go as planned, and if you do succeed, you get the reward, but if the outcome goes wrong, you drop the ship and shift blame to Sean McVay the Los Angeles Rams football coach is said to do on local news broadcasts on the news in Los Angeles, California when they lose in a big game and claim all the credit winning those important games. I am saying own it all, failure and success and you'll get there in the end, no matter how difficult it might seem to be at times, because it's true growth. In reality, this is what you will experience if you are on a path to genuine growth, without faking, flinching or fear. Anything else will miss the point and ignoring the main point. The price of failing to meet the standard is death. However, the cost of doing it is existence that is lived in full and without fear this is it. It's all about choice, truly. My name is Joshua Clayton, I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California. I also write under a few pen-names and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my real name, and I write as that in the majority of my writing. I am a philosophical writer and objective thinker and honest action taker. I also work at a senior center located in Gardena, California as my day job, and I do other things, but most importantly I write.