Do Not Lose Hope (The Ultimate Guide + Image Quotes)

Everyone experiences adversity. Tough times will come, no matter how strong, powerful, or confident we are: viciously forcing their might on us, causing us to crumble. As powerful as we can feel one day, we can also feel lost and scared the next. I don't say this to scare you; I say it because it's true. The most difficult aspect of going through difficult times is not giving up hope.

I felt trapped under miles of rock, with no light coming through, and no rescue workers coming to save me. It's a mix of sadness, fear, and dashed hopes.

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The amazing thing about life – and I'll never understand how – is that you still have a chance as long as you're breathing. You always have a chance, whether you believe it is God, the Universe, or a couple of alien civilizations playing games with us.

Understand why you are going through a difficult time, but be grateful for what you still have

It's almost becoming cliche to tell you to be grateful. Everyone says it, but few people take the time to do it. It's easy to get lost in cluttered thoughts filled with decrepit hope and feel sorry for ourselves, which is why I understand why we don't make an effort to be grateful. However, being thankful can help.

It brings you back into the present moment, allowing you to put your problems on hold, even if only for a short time. It makes no difference how you express your gratitude. You can write down ten things you're grateful for right now. You can sing to the heavens about all the wonderful things in your life.

I don't care; simply be grateful. If you're having trouble coming up with ideas, remember that you're still alive. That won't last forever, so take advantage of it while you can.

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Remember All of the Previous Difficulties You've Overcome And How You Got Through Them

Isn't it true that you've been through your fair share of adversity? Yes, I thought so.

What interests me is that you're still here. You got through tough times in the past, even if they felt a lot like the tough times you're going through right now. Why should this difficult period be any different?

Consider this for a moment. What positively aided you in your journey? Was it a book, a friend, or a member of your family? Return to what helped you get through the last difficult period. Was there anything you did that aided the situation? That should be revisited.

Personally, James Taylor's music has always helped me get through difficult times. It relaxes me and makes me feel more optimistic. But I can get so caught up in my own problems that I forget about Taylor's music. It is only when I am proactive about my problems that I am able to draw on previous sources of inspiration and guidance.

Be proactive and believe in yourself; don't let adversity rule your life

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You must never, ever give up during difficult times. Even in the darkest of times, you must persevere in order to keep your hopes alive. Work on what needs to be done, create some momentum, and then build on it.

The last thing you should do is quit, which I hesitate to say because there are some very good reasons to quit from time to time.

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Don't give up if you're passionate about what you want to do.

If you're losing your life as a result of it, you don't have to quit; instead, take a break from it and put your life back together.

One of my little writing secrets is that I write out of fear. Every time I type an article or write a book, I am terrified. Is it possible for me to support myself, my wife, and my dog? Is anyone going to read this? Is what I'm writing worth reading, or is it nonsense? The list of insecure questions is endless.

The point I'm trying to make is that you should keep your head up, believe in yourself, and face life head on.

Your adversity will not stand a chance.

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