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Where Does Your Hope Come From?

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Tell me...where does your hope come from?

From the heart!

I'm optimistic by nature, so I believe (faith?) that no matter how bad things are, they will always get better in the long run.

I say in the long run, because I know (in my mind) things can still get worse before they get better... And really, if I couldn't function if I thought things weren't going to work, in which case, what would be the point of continuing?

Hope gives me strength, and allows me to act with resolve.

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Shane J. Lopez, Ph.D., Gallup Senior Scientist in Residence and Research Director of the Clifton Strengths School. His book, Making Hope Happen will be published in March 2013.


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