An intriguing view of “buoyancy” as applied to thought comes from Health Blogger Beverly Goldsmith of Melbourne, Australia.
“No one enjoys the ‘sinking feeling’ that often accompanies upsetting news. Some people can deal with it as if it’s nothing more than a blip on their emotional radar. For others, feeling down can seem like a way of life. While not acting indifferent to suffering, most of us want to resist the creeping tide of fear or despair, and to respond to life’s difficulties with strength and composure. This is where buoyancy can help keep our head and heart above the water line.”
I recommend it: Keep thought buoyant! Its good for your health.