Hope

History is the proof that if humans have the audacity to hope they also have the capacity to make their hopes come true.

Almost all the people who were responsible for a breakthrough were once labelled insane because they believed in something considered to be impossible. Our world is a materialistic sphere which encourages actions rather than speculations because guesswork cannot pay bills.

Every discovery starts with a wild conjecture which receives more criticism rather than appreciation. It’s not an easy task to implement something which lies on the spectrum of so-called impossibility. But even in a world like this, there are some people who would choose to be a dreamer rather than a skeptic realist; I am one of them. I believe there’s only a thin line of skepticism between possibility and impossibility which can be erased with hope; where there’s hope there’s a possibility.

If our ancestors hadn’t hoped for security we would still be living in the woods.

If people hadn’t hoped for wings then roaming in the sky would never have been possible.

It was hope which led the hypothesis to reality. Hope is the reason for our existence, the day we lose hope we cease to exist. We humans always search for an idea to put our hopes upon. We have entrusted our hope to numerous ideas which have paved our way to evolution.

If an idea of change can generate hope for a better future, any change will seem possible and achievable. And history is the proof that if humans have the audacity to hope they also have the capacity to make their hopes come true.

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103 Comments Add yours

  1. calmkate says:

    what a really delightful take on hope and change!

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      1. calmkate says:

        you’re most welcome!

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  2. quirkyabhi says:

    Your insights are amazing !!

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  3. Brilliant post.

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  4. Orvillewrong says:

    I wholeheartedly agree, without the dreamers we would still be back in the dark ages!

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    1. I’m glad you agree. Thank you. 😀

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  5. Great post. Love the sentence, “hope is the reason for our existence, the day we lose hope we cease to exist.”

    Thanks for taking the time to share with all of us!

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    1. Thank you so much for reading and appreciating. It means a lot.

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      1. You’re most welcome. A very inspirational post.

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  6. Shyam says:

    I usually say we are only alive because we have hope. If there is no hope there is no meaning to live.
    Thanks for the follow. Keep sharing insightful blogs. Followed you back.

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    1. Yes, I believe that too. Thank you for following back and reading 🙂

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    2. That’s sort of harsh.
      Hope is fickle. It is never constant. Some have it, some don’t. But that doesn’t mean that the one’s who don’t have it have no meaning to live at all. Change comes from within. If a hopeful person fails to inspire a hopeless person, what is the use of all that hope anyway?

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      1. What you are saying is very true. I’m pretty sure Shyam meant nothing harsh. Nobody feels hopeful constantly. But I believe, even if hope might not seem to exist in a conscious level it does exist in a subconscious level.

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    1. Shyam says:

      Are u on Linkedin?

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  7. beatrice841129783 says:

    Super article c’est donc une évidence

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  8. Baffledmum says:

    I too am a dreamer… Without hope, we would stop trying… ❤

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  9. Ravisingh says:

    superb!

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    1. Ravisingh says:

      you are most welcome!

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  10. Well articulated post. Resonates truth only!!!!

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  11. yaasotaa says:

    Very true.. its meaningfully

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  12. Kitty Jade says:

    Incredibly insightful – I love your blog!

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    1. Thank you so much 😀 Means a lot.

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  13. Superb.. thanks for sharing.. 😇😇

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  14. Bravo ✌️ Brilliant 🍀🌿 loved the blog, beautiful share 🌻 idea of hope and probabilities flow…in newer version of life♥️keep up great work! Have a great New Year 🍰

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    1. Thank you. You too have a great year 🙂

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  15. NJ says:

    This is such a profound thought. I think hope gives us the hope that there is always light at the end of the tunnel, which in turns keep us going inside the tunnel 😊

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    1. Yes, very true. Thank you for reading 🙂

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  16. Thanks for the follow 🙂

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  17. Powerful messages. Enjoyed reading this. Sort of resonates with a poem by an English poet called Emily Dickinson, “Hope Is The Thing With Feathers” which is about hope being the most faithful and inexhaustible companion we have.

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    1. Thank you. I had never heard of it. I read it just now it’s beautiful 🙂 I totally agree that hope is the most faithful and inexhaustible companion one can have.

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  18. Pia Majumdar says:

    that’s an interesting read 🙂 🙂

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      1. Pia Majumdar says:

        welcome dr 🙂 🙂

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  19. Enjoy your thoughts of inspiration, beautifully written.

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  20. efge63 says:

    Nice post!!!

    Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.

    Desmond Tutu

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  21. Nice post
    The insane people revolutionized the world
    Talk of Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison

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    1. Hahah being a genius costs the price of being labeled as insane. Thank you for reading.

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      1. You are welcome
        Been offline
        But am back

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  22. Lucia says:

    Every great thing start with hope. Thank you for the encouraging article.

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    1. Thank you for reading it 🙂

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  23. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    HISTORY HAS ALSO PROVEN THAT HUMANS OFTEN ALTER THE RECORD OF THEIR OWN HISTORY TO DESTROY HOPE, UNFORTUNATELY!

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    1. Thank you for re-blogging it. Unfortunately true!

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  24. Absolutely loved this post…inspiring, insightful and beatifully written.

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  25. DutchIl says:

    Thank you for sharing… 🙂

    “Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul – and sings the tunes without the words – and never stops at all.” Emily Dickinson

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    1. Thank you for reading. Beautiful quote 🙂

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  26. Nour Lee says:

    Inspiring post.
    One thinker, one believer, one dreamer can change the world. One thought that plagued the thinker, one belief that stuck with the believer, one dream that was developed by the dreamer can change the world. ☺

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    1. Wow that’s a wonderful thought. Thank you for reading 🙂

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  27. Rameen says:

    Such a wonderful post 😊

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  28. sandymancan says:

    Hope feeds the dream actions provide the steam then look within it’s where you begin the dream will become your best friend

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  29. John Jeemon says:

    It’s hope of a better tomorrow that helps us to live today’s hardships.
    So nice.

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    1. Yes, very true. Thank you!

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  30. JulieBarbera says:

    Very inspirational post! Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thank you so much for reading and appreciating.

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      1. JulieBarbera says:

        You’re very welcome!

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  31. This is a beautiful piece! Indeed hope keeps us alive 🙂

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  32. I never used to be a dreamer, but now I don’t want to imagine the fun I’d be missing out on if I didn’t dream. Thank you for this post! Beautifully written! 😊

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    1. I hope you are not missing out at all 😀 Thank you for reading and appreciating.

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  33. What an interesting topic to post on!

    Your post reminds me of the ancient Greek debate about hope. I don’t know whether you’ve heard of it or not. Please forgive me if I’m just repeating what you already know, Nirdeshika.

    The debate lasted for centuries until the Christians came along and settled it with their Bible by declaring hope was a virtue. But to the Greeks that had been debatable up until then.

    I forget all of the talking points, but of what I can still recall, one side said hope made people lazy and blind. Lazy because someone would sit around doing nothing instead of trying to change things because they hoped things would get better on their own. Blind because hope kept people from seeing the full evil of their situations.

    The other side more or less said what we say of hope today. That it sustains folks while they reach their goals, etc.

    Just thought that might interest you.

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    1. Your comment was really insightful. I wasn’t aware about the debate. It’s really interesting indeed. Thank you for the information. 🙂

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  34. Miss Vanilla says:

    We should not never stop hoping. I liked this post and it’s its relatable to everyone’s life. Hope never ends. 🙂

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    1. Thanks for stopping by 😀

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  35. How true – without hope we have nothing.

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    1. Thank you for the re-blog

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      1. Guestspeaker says:

        You’re welcome

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