In my speech club, they were talking about when you're planning a speech, impromptu or prepared, that you need to start out with the negatives, and end with the positives. That way when people hear your speech, they'll feel more prepared to face the issue you just covered. I want people to take this concept, and use it for their betterment. So..here goes; answer these two things. Make it a list, a paragraph, a rant, mail a complete book to me, I don't care. Here's a ground rule: You have to open the first spoiler without looking at the second one. After you answer all the first questions, you can move on.
Spoiler:- Question set one:
What do you wish you had? What makes you jealous? What makes you sad? What makes you angry? What makes you feel hopeless?
Spoiler:- question set two:
What are you thankful for? What are you proud of about yourself? What makes you happy? What makes you feel charitable? What makes you feel hopeful?
ALSO: Put your answers in spoilers too. You can read other people's posts after you answer, just so that you yourself can think with out any outside influences.