To live without Hope is to Cease to live

Fyodor Dostoevsky

Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.

Albert Einstein
Inspiration: Hope… The Learning Curve of Life

The Philosopher’s Corner

Hope… what a much needed concept today.

Like Faith, Hope is the belief in that unknown element that cannot be touched, only aspired for. Without it, there is darkness… despair… lack of life… and an element of demise present. With it, only the confines of one’s capacity to dream delimits its soaring heights.

To live without Hope, is to Cease to live. The Capitals are in context. We need hope as a driving force for the life we create. It is through this, that we create a journey of hope for tomorrow… and leave to our children something of true value, the gift of igniting their passion dream their life forward.

In these days of reflection, let us focus our attention on fostering hope. It is the true gift we will leave our children during this lifetime. Prayers and Blessings my Friends

Believe… Achieve… Advance Confidently in the Direction of your Dreams!

2 responses to “Inspiration: Hope… The Learning Curve of Life”

  1. bigskybuckeye – United States – Born in the Big Sky Country of Montana and now living in the Buckeye State of Ohio, Richard is the creative mind behind Big Sky Buckeye. Retired after 40 years of teaching, I enjoy writing, photography, traveling, and following a healthy lifestyle.
    bigskybuckeye says:

    I appreciate your thoughtful discussions. Back in my youth, I could never have fathomed how life’s learning curve would mold my life in unimaginable ways.

    • Dr. Thomas Maples – Stockton, California – Dr. Thomas Maples, Ph.D. is a licensed psychotherapist, author, and the founder of The Stockton Therapy Network. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, he has helped many people resolve interpersonal conflict, heal from the emotional distress, and overcome mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and issues that result from personality disorders. He also specializes in helping couples resolve interpersonal problems, marital discord, and parent / child relationship conflicts by helping his clients identify the sources of relationship conflict, find areas of growth they can agree to engage, and setting a plan to enact those changes to assure relational growth. As a researcher and writer, Dr. Maples focuses on developmental, analytical, and psychoanalytic methods of psychology. Through his writings, Dr. Tom has helped countless people understand, plan, and implement effective paths to reach optimal psychological, spiritual, and physiological development. "Advance Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams."
      Dr. Thomas Maples says:

      Very true. I heard a wise man once say… We spend our youth yearning to be an adult, and your adult life yearning to return back to childhood. Thank you for reading and sharing.

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