It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.

Author Unknown

Friday, July 22, 2016

Chapter 7, Page 22, Book 16


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

 Albert Einstein

July 22nd - Hopeful

Some see a hopeless end, while others see an endless hope.

Author Unknown

The only time period in which any of us can ever live is the present. The past is behind us, and the future always lies ahead.  But there are a lot of valuable lessons to be learned from the past, and we can substantially improve the quality of our lives today by cultivating a positive attitude toward the future

Life is a learning process and we hope to pick up some wisdom along the way that will give us hope for the future.

For instance one of the greatest lessons learned in the past is that we get treated in life the way we teach others to treat us.

Today I will do unto others as I would have them do to me

In the future I hope be treated as I have treated others

Hope is for now, it is for today, and it is for tomorrow too

No matter how difficult life can be the most important thing is to live it with hope

Anonymous

We all need hope. No one wants to live life without it. Anyone that has it, tries to hang onto it. Anyone that has lost it, wants to get it back.

There has always been hope for our world, there is hope in our world and we can hope for a brighter future

 There is no medicine like hope, no incentives so great, and no tonics so powerful as the expectation of something better tomorrow.

Orison Swett Marden

4 comments:

betty said...

So true we can learn from our past, but can only live in the present. Sometimes people get caught living in the past and don't realize how much of their present life they are missing.

Betty

Rick Watson said...

Hope is a powerful concept.

jack69 said...

good one. I four the jewel at the beginning:
Some see a hopeless end, while others see an endless hope.

What an insightful quote. Good one.

TARYTERRE said...

This is indeed true. "no incentives so great, and no tonics so powerful as the expectation of something better tomorrow." It is what keeps me going.