I recently finished the book “Thirst,” Scott Harrison’s memoir of how his compassion and drive led to the creation of Charity: Water, a non-profit.
What struck me was his ever-present belief that everything would work out in the end, no matter what challenges he faced. Sure, his faith was often tested. But he always seemed to be rewarded for staying true to his convictions.
Scott understood the power of perspective. He saw both the good and the bad of each situation and chose to focus on the positive. Things worked out pretty well for him.
Being optimistic is a good way to live. Nice to be reminded it’s mostly a choice.