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Before you give up hope, turn back and read the attacks that were made upon Lincoln.

By going over your day in imagination before you begin it, you can begin acting successfully at any moment.

Clouds and darkness surround us, yet heaven is just, and the day of triumph will surely come, when justice and truth will be vindicated. Our wrongs will be made right, and we will once more taste the blessings of freedom.

Dreams grow holy put in action; work grows fair through starry dreaming. But where each flows on unmingling, both are fruitless and in vain.

Eternity is the divine treasure house, and hope is the window, by means of which mortals are permitted to see, as through a glass darkly, the things which God is preparing.

Even the cry from the depths is an affirmation: why cry if there is no hint of hope of hearing?

Every area of trouble gives out a ray of hope, and the one unchangeable certainty is that nothing is certain or unchangeable.

Every thing that is done in the world is done by hope.

Everybody lives for something better to come.

Everyone who has ever built anywhere a "new heaven" first found the power thereto in his own hell.

Expect to have hope rekindled. Expect your prayers to be answered in wondrous ways. The dry seasons in life do not last. The spring rains will come again.

Extreme hopes are born from extreme misery.

Faith, hope, and charity-if we had more of the first two, we'd need less of the last.

Few things in the world are more powerful than a positive push. A smile. A world of optimism and hope. A "you can do it" when things are tough.

For present grief there is always a remedy; however much thou sufferest, hope; hope is the greatest happiness of man.

For what human ill does not dawn seem to be an alleviation?

Forgiving means to pardon the unpardonable, faith means believing the unbelievable, and hoping means to hope when things are hopeless.

Grass grows at last above all graves.

Great hopes make great men.

Had mankind nothing to expect beyond the grave, their best faculties would be a torment to them; and the more considerate and virtuous they were, the greater concern and grief they would feel from the shortness of their prospects.


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