Naturally, you hope less
when there is less hope.
You could even become hopeless,
but an hopeless end would mean nothing
to you if you have endless hope.
So, I hope that your hope will know no end
as you journey through life,
and that you will doubt less.
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You didn’t win, but you couldn’t see that you didn’t lose either.
We win through what we consider “losses”; success wears yellow one day and deep blue the day after. Don’t forget tomorrow, don’t forget to “morrow”;
ALWAYS look beyond “today”.
Because you lost, you won.
The most beautiful dreams
are the ones we create ourselves,
with open eyes and unconscious smiles.
Staring at something,
or at everything;
looking at one thing,
but seeing different things.
Everybody deserves a loyal buddy.
“I know my right” today,
“I know my right” tomorrow.
One day, your right will be
all you have left.
It’s your right to not give your chair up for a person with a disability, and it’s your right to not let a car merge in front of you, but these are examples of instances where you can display good attitudes as an individual and a citizen.