Do You Have Hope?

Do you have hope? Or should I ask…..do you STILL have hope?

Maybe your situation at this very moment seems to be one where there is no hope. Maybe you are saying or thinking or even feeling one of the following:

“There is nothing to live for.”

“I have no hope.”

“I would rather not be alive.”

“I can’t face the future.”

“What is the use?”

What you need to do right now is to never give up and to NOT lose hope. As long as you can still have hope, there is something to live for.

What is hope?

Hope is a feeling of expectation and desire for a particular thing to happen. However, some people understand hope as wishful thinking, as in….”I hope something will happen.”

Hope, according to the Bible, is a confident expectation.

It is a firm assurance regarding things that are unclear and unknown.

No one can say what tomorrow will bring, or even the rest of today. Yet we must keep on to have hope, to strive for something better. Hope is an optimistic attitude of mind, based on an expectation of positive outcomes related to events and circumstances in one’s life.

It means to expect with confidence. To cherish a desire with anticipation.

Hope is the fuel of happiness. Therefore you can be happy even if things are not going so well, as long as you have hope that they will.

Hope has the ability to help people heal.

People who possess hope and think optimistically have a greater sense of well-being. Hope is that little thing in your heart that say to you…..”Hey, you should go on.”

Stand up from the fall, dust yourself and go forward..

Hope is a motivation to keep going. Hope is a feeling that ALL is NOT LOST, that you can find a way out of whatever is bringing you down.

Hope is possibilities.

Hope is what you have when you feel you have nothing left.

Without hope there isn’t change. Without change there isn’t hope.

Hope gives us something to look forward to.

Elbert Hubbard said, “A little more persistence, a little more effort, and what seemed hopeless failure may turn to glorious success.”

Quoting Robert Schuller, “Let your hopes, not your hurts, shape your future.”

I want you to keep having hope. Never ever give up to have hope.

I quote from John Green, “We need never be hopeless because we can never be irreparably broken.”

Keep your hope alive…..keep your hopes up.

I am available if you are going through difficulty, even if you just need someone to talk to and to share your difficulties with. My email is andre@arcoachinginstitute.co.za

 

Are You Feeling Stuck???

What is holding you back? And by holding you back, I am talking about where you are finding yourself right now.

I am sure you would agree that where you are right at this moment is not the ideal place you want to be at.

Could you truly say “I am happy, I am where I want to be in life, etc etc”?

Would I be safe in saying that you probably feel stuck in your life right now? So many of my clients come to me and say…..”I feel stuck”.

It’s so easy to find yourself there, doing the same ….doing the same…..doing the same, which could be a daily repeat of every day the same routine.

When would you like to change that?

But maybe the question should be, how could you change that? I can help you find a way to change from where you are right now to get to a desirable state of being.

There is so much more to life – turn the key and unlock that which is inside of you.

There is so much inside you, your talents, skills, potential – your way of being.

But sometimes we find it is so much easier to be stuck in life. It is the way we know. Yet we can be so much more, so different.

Maybe you need to break out of that place where you currently are dwelling, and start to live your full potential. You could make such a positive impact to your world, to those around you, and in the process, you could start to be happy again.

If there is any way I can help you, or even if you just need someone to talk to, my email is andre@arcoachinginstitute.co.za

 

Inspiration

I was privileged to be invited to do an Inspirational Talk this morning at MES in Kempton Park. I was humbled by the experience to see how the people want to work and better themselves despite their circumstances. MES is doing a fantastic program getting the homeless involved in projects that will pave the road for them to be integrated back into the employment system and to feel that they are of value.

I spoke about taking Responsibility, Self-Talk, the Subconscious Mind, closing of with a story about “It is as you will it to be”.