They say that the last thing that is lost is hope, but in reality that is not the order.
First you lose hope and then it’s all over.
And it is that hope is what connects you with possibility and illusion. It is not a guarantee of success but it is what moves you. Are you carrot?
Without hope and illusion there is no movement, there is no action, you do not fight for what you want. Without hope he falls into apathy and lack of meaning.
Because if you don’t believe in the possibility of changing or achieving something, why bother? Nope?
The lack of hope is dangerous because it makes us fall into cynicism and leads us to that bitter and condescending attitude with which we look with sorrow and superiority at those who are hopeful and optimistic.
Cynicism is, well, an arid territory in which you do not want to live… I can assure you, I have been there.
But of course, how to have hope when what surrounds you are constant setbacks or adversities? How to wait for another possibility when you don’t have victories that encourage you or give you signs that you’re on the right track? How to have an optimistic attitude when the messages you receive from the world are catastrophic?
Having hope when things are going well for us has no merit. Wait until you go through a rough patch and you will see how life shakes all the threads of hope that you can hold on to.
And you want to have hope because it’s what helps you have the right attitude that will allow you to create the life you want. Any change in your life depends on your sense of possibility, on that gap through which rays of illusion slip through.
The good news is that hope is actually a decision. It works and strengthens with intention.
So in this week’s podcast I share 7 tips or practices that help me to have hope and keep walking in the direction of my dreams and goals, to maintain my motivation despite the downturns and, ultimately, to have a life more satisfying.
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