Saturday, November 7, 2009


When you hear the word "HOPE", what do have in mind? Do you think of something which will surely happen or do you think about something that's out of reach. Here's what I think, everytime I hear the word hope, I always imagine about a tiny light in the end of the tunnel. The above picture shows us the word hope written on the rock. We all know that rock is solid. Same thing applies to hope. Hope is not a 50/50 chance, hope is solid as a rock. What I'm trying to say is that hope is always stand by our side. The problem that often occur is within ourselves. There are some part of us view hope as an unreachable things, just like building castle in the sand. But there are also some other part within ourselves that tells us that we all must be able to hold on tight to this strong feeling called hope. I think it's a matter of a belief when we are talking about hope. Just like the definition below. Here's what one source said about hope. Hope is a belief in a positive outcome related to events and circumstances in one's life. Hope is the feeling that what is wanted can be had or that events will turn out for the best. What do think about this definition? Agree or disagree? I am fully agree with the statement. Why? Because it's the positive thinking that brings the positive attitude that will eventually brings us the spirit and thought about the reachable hope.
Here's my favorite quote on hope, it is from the movie Shawshank Redemption.I really like the idea that hope will always be there, but it does not stand alone, it needs something like a courage and an effort to pick it up. It's just like this, when we give the fullest effort we have, we can reach the end of the tunnel, and when we see a tiny lights in the end of the tunnel...that's when finally hope is reaching out to help you walk into the light. Hope is like a friend who stays there and holding your hands and telling you that everything will be just fine.

"Hope Is a Good Thing, Maybe the Best of Things, and No Good Thing Ever Dies."

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