The Importance Of Hope In Life

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DEFINING AND UNDERSTANDING HOPE Hope is defined as cherishing a desired anticipation, to want something to occur with the expectations of obtainment. Humans have a natural sense of hope to survive; hope is often what dreams are fed on and it gets us through tough times. In order to get through rough patches in life, some people tend to create false hope (gamble) or deceive themselves about reality just to keep going (Spirt Home, 2017). Hope allows us to live in the expectation of what might be because our desire for something to happen is so great. People hope for things that are out of their control. Parents have no control over whether or not their child will play professional sports. They hope that their child will, but that kind of hope has little effort on the part of the parent (Hasan, 2017). Hope takes effort, but if it’s the parents’ dream, demand, expectation, and…show more content…
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