My grandson was complaining about tests.
“I really hate tests”, he said.
I told him that I really LIKE tests and he groaned.
I had to explain that without tests you wouldn't know how much you were learning or if you really understood what you were studying. I told him that a test was like a game to me and I tried to win the game. I also told him that tests are with you throughout your whole life, so you might as well get comfortable with them.
Each job you do is like a test to see if you can do it and if you can do it with the least amount of mistakes then you are successful.
He groaned again and told me that I was always too positive.
I agreed that I prefer to see things in a positive way and try to accept what I can't change and to change what needs changing if I can. I have striven to see the glass as half full my whole life. I would hate to always be down in the dumps and negative. If you look for the joy in the moment, it is generally there to be seen.
I sure hope that I can pass along this philosophy to my grandson, because life can be so beautiful and joyful if you just open your eyes and look around.
Tests really are fun! Their like games to be won.
You just have to keep trying.