Most of us know the meaning of the proverbial phrase about half-empty or half-full glass. I would like to point out that even though the universal understanding is that half-full version reflects an individual’s positive focus, I also believe that half can never mean full but the juxtaposition is still positive despite the acknowledgment of ‘half-ness’. Let me clarify further. We can’t improve in life unless we are aware of the need for it; which would mean acknowledging the current shortfall. Before someone’s mind interjects here and shouts, ’This is a negative thought’, let me substantiate my claim that recognition of need and inadequacy can in fact be healthy and positive. If there is no shortage there won’t be any need, and without need, there is no desire, and life would be stagnant without desire. Desire is like the wheel which tows life further. The ‘half’ in half-full is therefore positive as it gives the reason to fill the glass more. Law of Attraction works because there is a desire to quench the thirst with more in the tumbler of life. So the half of the glass is the need to improve and full is the desire.