More to improve, fewer to disapprove.
More ‘doers”, fewer ‘talkers.’
More to say “it can be done,” fewer to say “it can’t be done.”
More to inspire others with confidence, fewer to throw “cold water” on anyone taking even one step in the right direction.
More to get into the thick of things and “do something about it,” fewer to sit on the sidelines merely finding fault.
More to point out what’s right, fewer to keep harping on what’s wrong.
More to “light a candle”, fewer to “curse the darkness.”
Three Minutes a Day by James Keller, M.M.