Almost didn’t find the perfect title.

This is a great way to think positive actually.

Shards of Bards

Meh…. I don’t really like the word, “almost“. Except when I use it with other negative words that then gives it a positive meaning. Like, “I almost had an accident”, or “I almost lost my job”.

Yeah, I see “almost” as a negative word, more than I see it as a positive or neutral word (words that I’m indifferent to — like proclivity. The word still gives me headache)

Using the word, almost;
When used with negative words, it gives a positive meaning.
Lost, to me, is a negative word. So, saying “I almost lost my job” is a bad thing because I almost lost my job, but undeniably a good thing because I still didn’t lose it.
So, “almost + negative = positive”

When used with positive words, it gives a negative meaning. “Achieve” is my…

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