Are you losing hope?

Motivating

I’m back again with another topic So guys! The question is, are you losing hope? Or everything is not under your control. Or you think that you can’t do what you want to? Having that thoughts make you feel uncomfortable with yourself and you also feel hopelessness in life.

Don’t worry!

I have a solution. If You want to achieve something in life you need to work hard.you need to live with determination, You need to have patience, and even after following all of these, we still have to face challenges in life and still we fail, we fall and become hopeless.

You know Hopelessness is the biggest enemy of your success.As You wonder through your more directionless times on your journey, you will experience intense moments of feelings lost and hopeless.Yet, the greatest lessons in life usually don’t stem from successes and victories, but rather from our failures and struggles, and feeling hopeless at times.

If You become hopeless you will lose everything, I’ve noticed a common thread from a variety of people who have achieved success in their field: they all experienced hardships in their life, J.K.Rowling, Nelson Mandela, Oprah Winfrey, Jim carry.

But that’s not what sets them apart, we all experience hardships and feel hopeless, yet, it is how we choose to respond to our struggles that shapes us.

Going through a rough time can actually be a catalyst for changing your life for the better.

Great sayings of great people

“Difficulties and adversities viciously force all their might on us and cause us to fall apart, but they are necessary elements of individual growth and reveal our true potential. We have got to endure and overcome them, and move forward. Never lose hope. Storms make people stronger and never last forever.”
Roy T. Bennett.
“We all go through hard times in life. It’s a part of being alive and it’s the reality we all have to deal with. There are times we forget our value as a person because we are so blinded with these thoughts of loneliness, emptiness and ego. Somewhere along the road we become numbed with all the frustrations and dissatisfaction. But life itself isn’t always about darkness and sadness, Life is also filled with colors and that makes it beautiful. Along this path of darkness there’s always light waiting to be seen by our daunted hearts. Our heart is gifted to see this light. It may be hiding behind those circumstances that we encounter; in a stranger we just met at an unexpected place; a family who has been always there but you just ignored because of your imperfect relationship with them; it might be a long time friend you have or a friend you just met. Open your heart and you will see how blessed you are to have them all in your life. Sometimes they are the light that shines your path in some dark phases of life. Don’t lose hope”
Chanda Kaushik
“Never lose hope. Never forget the power of intentions and desires.”
Debasish Mridha
“Don’t be handcuffed by bad habits when you hold the key to unlock the greatness inside of you.”
Rob Liano
“NEVER LOSE HOPE
AS THE PAIN YOU’VE BEEN FEELING,
WILL SOON GO AWAY,
AND JOY IS ON THE WAY.”
Mouloud Benzadi

I hope u got some inspiration from these golden words.

How to Make Hope Work for You

Many of us have been told since childhood the cliché that “where there is a will, there is a way.” This means if you’re determined enough, you can find ways to achieve what you want, even if it’s difficult. Experiments by psychologists have taken this further and proved that there is indeed a pound of truth in it.

In their 1991 paper, researchers Snyder, Irving and Anderson defined hope as “a positive motivational state that is based on an interactively derived sense of successful agency and pathways.”

Dr. Charles “Rick” Snyder, the late professor of psychology at the University of Kansas who dedicated his life to researching hope, laid out a model that requires three things to come together to create hopeful thinking:

1. Goals
2. Pathways
3. Agency

Optimism Is Not the Same Thing as Hope

While both are positive states, the way one differs from the other is that hope is situation-specific, while optimism is quite independent of external conditions. While hope is a state of mind, optimism is usually seen as a natural mental outlook.

Researchers Michael Scheier and Charles Carver in 1985 defined optimism “as a generalized expectancy that good… outcomes will generally occur when confronted with problems across important life domains.”

The takeaway? We must hope, especially in situations that seem insurmountable and dire. Because those of us who maintain high hope set out on our journey with determination and grit, we view the obstacles on the road not as barriers, but as challenges, and we always have a Plan B.

I hope u got some inspiration from this. If it did. You follow will be required for more motivating blogs.

Loads of love, DuaSid ♥

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