Be hopeful!

Those who are obsessed by fear of some physical or mental distress can now be hopeful, for there is a great treat in store for them. The maintenance of a hopeful attitude toward life can help promote health. But hopelessness, or a loss of a sense of meaning or purpose for existence, can seem to suppress healing power.

God's allness is the basis of hopefulness. In our real being we are God's man, but we need to use the power of hope, faith, and spiritual understanding. A handicap needn't embarrass or frustrate us in winning the race. It can, in fact, make us more persistent and hopeful. History, for example, is full of those who have proved they could face any challenge with hopefulness and maintain it even after the goal was reached.

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