Self-Reflection Questions:


  1. How can I remain hopeful during tough  times?
  2. What are some images that mean  hope for me?
  3. What are my hopes for today, and how can I make them come true?


An Affirmation:


Hope brightens my life.


Hope is a skill that I can cultivate with practice. I will start with small steps and move on to greater challenges.


Hope is contagious. When I spend time with my family, friends, and colleagues who are optimistic, I feel more confident and secure. In turn, I use their encouragement and support to spread my joy and enthusiasm to others.


Hope gives me the patience to wait and work. Sometimes it takes time for favorable conditions to develop. Whatever is happening around me, I can develop my skills and resources so I am ready to seize the opportunities ahead.


Hope fills me with energy. I know that I am capable of accomplishing my goals. I am eager to take the first step and see my projects through to completion.


Hope requires courage. I may sometimes be disappointed in the short term, but I stand by my convictions. I know that I can find solutions if I persevere through obstacles and setbacks, and learn from experience.


Hope makes hardships easier to bear. I remind myself that my discomfort is only temporary. Life is full of changes. While I cannot predict the future, I can take comfort in knowing that there are ups as well as downs.


Hope is realistic. My thoughts shape my reality. When I am open to seeing miracles, I am more likely to notice them. My happiness and gratitude grow.


Today, I choose to be hopeful. I focus on the positive aspects of my life.





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