Monday, December 31, 2007

Dutch Complain Even When Things are Good

Paul Schnabel, director of the Social and Cultural Planning Bureau,
has said that the Netherlands must put an end to the "doom thinking,"
which causes people to be fatalistic. He said that the Dutch, rather
than complaining about everything even when the situation is good,
should focus on what is going well in the Netherlands. He said that
the Dutch could learn a lot from the Americans and their optimism.

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