Hope looks for the good in people instead of harping on the worst.
Hope opens doors where despair closes them.
Hope discovers what can be done instead of grumbling about what cannot.
Hope draws its power from a deep trust
in God and in the basic goodness of mankind.
Hope “lights a candle” instead of “cursing the darkness.”
Hope regards problems, small or large, as opportunities.
Hope sets big goals and is not frustrated by repeated difficulties or setbacks.
Hope accepts misunderstanding as the price for serving the greater good of others.
Hope is a good loser because it has the divine assurance of final victory.
“In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.”