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Trusting Hope

Third is trust or having confidence in our beliefs. For example, many have confidence in their abilities to overcome life’s adversities. Others may have a faith in God and therefore are hopeful not only in the outcome, but also in life. Still others may have hope in another person’s abilities to succeed. In other words, everyone has chosen a belief in someone or something. Trusting in beliefs becomes the foundation of hope, which gives stability to thoughts and emotions. Orison Marden summarized it when he wrote, “There is no medicine like hope, no incentive so great, and no tonic so powerful as expectation of something better tomorrow.”

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