Hope is a wheel that drives our life ahead. It gives us the strength to conquer despair and misery, caused by misfortune. It means that life doesn’t have to be all gloom and doom. Every moment we live is a chance to turn things around, change our perspective, find our focus, achieve our goals and continue on our mission. All we need is hope. I know it becomes very hard keeping up with the inner faith during the most critical times, but, those who never let go of hope, actually make it till the end.
Every person has hopes, dreams, and desires to get ahead in life. Hope is a strong emotion that can dramatically influence human behavior. It makes us aspire for more and drives us to dream and act. It is no wonder that Hope today has become an incredibly marketable commodity that everyone wants to sell. Be it a businessman or a politician, the person who can instill and amplify hope in others is the best seller in today’s time. People buy cosmetic products with the hope that it will enhance their looks, send their children to school with the hope they will learn and succeed. Hope can help people see a silver lining in an otherwise challenging situation which can give them peace of mind.
Hope when fulfilled gives us a sense of achievement, satisfaction and is the reason behind all our struggles. Furthermore, we have hope from our family, friends, colleagues, religion, and government. When we have hope from our religion it means that we are placing our faith in GOD to provide answers, a better tomorrow, or a solution. In these cases, people may hold on to hope that no matter what bad is happening around them, there is good to be found somewhere.
Now the biggest hope from the government is to run the scheme of ‘One nation, one tax’ smoothly and create transparent governance. The move should be better for the country and in future reduce taxes of its citizens leading to ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’. The big hope for a big reform of our strong country which needs to get rid of corruption, unemployment and poverty problem.
I wish our collective hope for ‘acche din’ comes soon.
-God Bless You
Mr. Roni Abraham